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Diplomacy

UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 16: Peace and Justice Strong Institutions

Description

Diplomacy is the art and practice of conducting negotiations between representatives of states. It usually refers to international diplomacy, the conduct of international relations through the intercession of professional diplomats with regard to a full range of topical issues. International treaties are usually negotiated by diplomats prior to endorsement by national politicians. David Stevenson reports that by 1900 the term "diplomats" also covered diplomatic services, consular services and foreign ministry officials.

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Organizations relating to Diplomacy

Institute of Diplomatic Relations / Est. 1974
Medical Ambassadors International / Est. 1980
Convention Respecting the Consular Service / Est. 1910
Egyptian Council for Foreign Affairs
Committee for the United Nations Diplomatic and Consular Corps
General Agreement on Privileges and Immunities of the Council of Europe / Est. 1949
Centre for Foreign Policy, University of Waterloo
American Foreign Policy Institute - Europe / Est. 1968
International Convention for the Unification of Certain Rules Relating to the Immunity of State-owned Vessels / Est. 1926
Center for Innovative Diplomacy / Est. 1983
Danish Foreign Policy Society / Est. 1946
Budapest Institute for Graduate International and Diplomatic Studies
Council for International Understanding / Est. 1983
Agreement on the Privileges and Immunities of the International Atomic Energy Agency / Est. 1959
Centre for International Studies and Diplomacy / Est. 2000
Convention on Diplomatic Asylum / Est. 1954
International Diplomatic Society
International Relations Center / Est. 1979
Centre for Foreign Policy Studies, Halifax / Est. 1971
Network of Iberoamerican Diplomatic Archives / Est. 1997
Citizens Network for Foreign Affairs / Est. 1986
Chaim Herzog Center for Middle East Studies and Diplomacy / Est. 1998
Third Protocol to the General Agreement on Privileges and Immunities of the Council of Europe / Est. 1959
Groupe des ambassadrices ACP-OUA
Centre for the Study of Foreign Policy, Paris / Est. 1935

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World Problems relating to Diplomacy

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Obscurantism
Abuse of state immunity
Policy vacuum
Abuses of legal immunity of intergovernmental organizations
Foreign government intervention
Covert intelligence agency operations
Discriminatory targeting of travellers by border control officials
Crimes related to foreign relations and export trade
Incomplete utilization of external relations
Inadequate system of political checks and balances
Violation of immunities of international civil servants
Diplomatic embarrassment
Unethical practices in diplomacy
Abuse of parliamentary immunity
Emotionally-determined policy-making
Abuse of international cultural, diplomatic and commercial exchanges
Deception by government
Parochial national interests

Action Strategies relating to Diplomacy

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Immunizing against disease
Administering foreign relations
Cultivating beneficial external relations
Increasing effectiveness of diplomacy
Using alternative diplomats
Abolishing unethical practices in diplomacy
Facilitating modal interchanges
Demanding ordered process for developing diplomatic relations
Urging caution in overdependence on external relations
Preserving parliamentary immunity
Preserving plant immunity to pests
Maintaining caution in diplomatic interactions
Promoting negotiation process with diplomatic communiques
Indicating need for political alliances
Developing virtual diplomacy

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