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.

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.

Suiting Themselves

Author: Sharon Beder
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 113655629X
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10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35
8 Drahos and Braithwaite, 'Who Owns the Knowledge Economy?', p11; Ryan,
Knowledge Diplomacy, p68. 9 Barry Fox, 'Europe Fights Tide of Absurd Patents',
New Scientist, 8 January, 2005, p22; Drahos and Braithwaite, 'Who Owns the
Knowledge Economy?', p8. Santoro and Paine, 'Pfizer', p9. Drahos and
Braithwaite, 'Who Owns the Knowledge Economy?', p8; Ryan, Knowledge
Diplomacy, p69.

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 ...

Diplomatic Cultures And International Politics

Author: Jason Dittmer
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317541731
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The chapter shows how this happens and what implications it has to our
understanding of diplomatic knowledge production.3 The argument will proceed
in four steps. The next section will briefly articulate what we can learn from
Brussels about the geographies of diplomatic practice. The subsequent two
empirical sections will highlight some of the tensions around the EU«s diplomatic
service and unpack the manner in which national agendas mingle and mutate in
Brussels. The final ...

Diplomacy And Developing Nations

Author: Maurice A. East
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135761124
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4 For discussions, see Brian Hocking, 'Catalytic Diplomacy: Beyond "Newness"
and "Decline" ', in Jan Melissen (ed.), Innovation in Diplomatic Practice (London:
Macmillan, 1999); Evan H. Potter (ed.), Cyber-diplamacy: Managing Foreign
Policy in the Twenty-first Century (Montreal: McGill Queen's University Press,
2002); Michael P. Ryan, Knowledge Diplomacy: Global Competition and the
Politics of Intellectual Property (Washington DC: Brookings Institution Press, 1998
); Andrew ...

Modern Diplomacy

Author: R. P. Barston
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317860241
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The blurring of the line, in fact, between diplomatic activity and violence is one of
the developments distinguishing modern diplomacy. More generally, there is also
a widening content of diplomacy. At one level, the changes in the substantive
form of diplomacy are reflected in terms such as 'oil diplomacy', 'resource
diplomacy', 'knowledge diplomacy', 'global governance' and 'transition diplomacy'
. Certainly, what constitutes diplomacy today goes beyond the sometimes rather
narrow ...

Diplomacy And The Making Of World Politics

Author: Ole Jacob Sending
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107099269
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systems maintenance diplomacy and, 26–28 governance and, 300–303 great
power dominance of, 140–143 national interest and, 143–148 proto-diplomacy
and, 149–151 by small and medium-power states, 143–148, 151–159 tacit
knowledge, diplomacy and, 204–207 tactical operations flight school and, 245–
248 military diplomacy and, 242–244 Tamanaha, Brian, 50–53 temporality,
bubble environment of permanent representation and, 102–105 territoriality
authority and, 12–16 ...

Old Diplomacy Revisited A Study In The Modern History Of Diplomatic Transformations

Author: K. Weisbrode
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137393084
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Today's professional diplomats, in other words, can appear little more than
bureaucrats of transnational knowledge. Diplomacy 2.0 itself has been described
, predictably,asanetwork of suchpeople, ideas, interests,audiences linked
mainlyby electronic means.According toone recent report, the US
StateDepartment has some150 “fulltime ediplomacy personnel” in 25 “
ediplomacy nodes”atheadquarters andover 900 users of “ediplomacy”around the
world.7How the substance ofitdiffers ...

Science Diplomacy

Author: Birte Fähnrich
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
ISBN: 3658029056
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„in which, more than in 0ther societies, its members: (a) inquire into the basis of
their beliefs about man, nature, and society; are guided (perhaps unconsciously)
by 0b— jective standards of veridical truth, and, at the upper levels 0f education,
follow seien— tific rules of evidence and inference in inquiry; (c) devote
considerable resources to this inquiry and thus have a large store 0f knowledge; (
d) collect, 0rganize, and inter— pret their knowledge in a constant effort to extract
further ...