Knowledge And Diplomacy

Author: Development, Security, and Cooperation Policy and Global Affairs
Publisher: National Academies Press
ISBN: 0309084903
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Efforts have been made to ensure that the major categories of United Nations organs have been covered and therefore the results of the review are representative of the functioning of the United Nations system.

Knowledge And Diplomacy

Author: Jovan Kurbalija
ISBN: 9789990955118
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The papers in this book, examining the topic from a variety of backgrounds, academic interests and orientations, reflect the multidisciplinary character of knowledge management.

Knowledge Diplomacy

Author: Michael Patrick Ryan
Publisher: Brookings Institution Press
ISBN: 9780815776543
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In this book, Michael Ryan explains the issues, politics, and diplomacy of balancing intellectual property rights with the public's right of access.

Geopolitics And Expertise

Author: Merje Kuus
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118291735
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The book is to be welcomed as a contribution to theoretical debate in human geography and as a significant contribution to EU Studies.’ John Agnew, UCLA ‘In contrast to the oceans of generalization about the European Union, here is a ...

Full Spectrum Diplomacy And Grand Strategy

Author: John Lenczowski
Publisher: Lexington Books
ISBN: 0739150650
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many of the episodes and examples in this brief history shed light on two central
problems afflicting U.S. foreign policy in general and public diplomacy in
particular: 1) the lack of widespread knowledge of how public diplomacy
produces political influence of strategic significance, and 2) the failure to
understand that foreign policy success requires a fully integrated strategic
approach—one which incorporates the full spectrum of the instruments of power
and influence, most notably ...

Structure And Agent In The Scientific Diplomacy Of Climate Change

Author: T. Skodvin
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 0792366379
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endeavour, parties may seek guidance on the utilisation of (existing) knowledge
about the nature of the problem, rather than new pieces of information. In the
concluding detail phase, parties are likely to seek information about the nature of
the problem only to the extent that such information may assist them in their
pursuit of individual interests. Throughout the process, however, parties may
seek information and knowledge about the nature of the problem not only as a
guide to action, ...

Foundations Of Cultural Diplomacy

Author: Nicolas K. Laos
Publisher: Algora Publishing
ISBN: 0875868339
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ogy of Thomas Aquinas ascribes a pathetic role to consciousness, since, in the
Thomistic philosophical system, it is the action of external objects on the mind
that provides the mind with the raw material of knowledge which (at a next stage)
will be elaborated by the higher faculties of the mind into conceptual knowledge.
On the other hand, the orientation of the soul towards the idea of the Good means
that, under the light of a third element — the sun of the Good — which is the
universal ...

Economic Diplomacy And The Geography Of International Trade

Author: Peter A. G. van Bergeijk
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN: 1781007772
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This chapter investigates the relationship between trade and bilateral economic
and commercial diplomacy econometrically, not to discover the obvious, but to
see whether an empirical basis exists to either confirm or refute common sense:
does economic and commercial diplomacy matter and does it have a measurable
impact on bilateral trade flows? The economic rationale is that border effects exist
and may be related to insufficient private investment in knowledge about foreign

Diplomacy And Negotiation For Humanitarian Ngos

Author: Larry Winter Roeder, Jr.
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1461471133
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Chapter 4 Information and Knowledge Management Extract This chapter
explores the emerging role of information and its sister component knowledge
management in the development and management of diplomatic initiatives.
Diplomatic initiatives have both HQ and field teams, so this chapter shows how
each component impacts the two teams so that they can interact effectively. 4.1
Introduction Note For the purpose of this book, KM or knowledge management is
a skill set any ...