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The purpose of the course Diplomatic Theory & Practice INS5307 is to survey the different approaches in analyzing diplomacy and foreign policy. The debate from an American and European perspective is emphasized. The constitutional, the organizational and the partisan dynamics of the foreign policy process will be analyzed. The evolution of diplomacy and the new role of diplomats in international politics are examined in the light of new challenges to ‘’traditional diplomacy.’’
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CLASS D - WORLD HISTORY AND HISTORY OF EUROPE,
ASIA, AFRICA, AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, ETC.
D1-2027 History (General)
D25-27 Military and naval history
D31-34 Political and diplomatic history
DS5.95-10 Description and travel
DS35.3-35.77 The Islamic World
DS36-39.2 Arab countries
CLASS J - POLITICAL SCIENCE
JX(1)-(6650) International law, see JZ and KZ
JX(63)-(191) Collections. Documents. Cases
JX(220)-(1195) Collections, cases, etc. By country
JX(1261)-(1283) Codification of international law
JX(1305)-(1598) Foreign relations
JX(1901)-(1995) International arbitration, organization, etc.
JX(2001)-(6650) International law
JZ5-6530 International relations
JZ24-38 Societies, associations, academies, institutes, etc.,
for the study of international relations
JZ221-1153 By region or country
JZ1249-1254 Relation to other disciplines and topics
JZ1305-2060 Scope of international relations. Political theory.
JZ1400-1454 Diplomatic and consular service
JZ1464-2060 Scope of international relations with regard to
countries, territories, regions, etc