Edited by Jovan Kurbalija
2002, DiploPublishing

Knowledge and Diplomacy presents papers on knowledge and knowledge management from the January 1999 Conference on Knowledge and Diplomacy in Malta. The papers in this book, examining the topic from a variety of backgrounds, academic interests and orientations, reflect the multidisciplinary character of knowledge management. This publication is only available online.

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Contributors
  1. Preface - Jovan Kurbalija
  2. Knowledge Management in Diplomacy - Jovan Kurbalija
  3. Knowledge Management and International Development: The Role of Diplomacy - Walter Fust
  4. The Role of Knowledge in the Cyber-Age of Globalisation - Richard Falk
  5. Wilton Park: Sui Generis Knowledge Organisation - Colin Jennings
  6. Historical Diplomacy: Foreign Ministries and the Management of the Past - Keith Hamilton
  7. How Do You Know What You Think You Know? - J. Thomas Converse
  8. Beyond Diplomatic - The Unravelling of History - Robin Alston
  9. Knowledge Management: Experience from International Organisations - John Pace
  10. Knowledge Management and Change in International Organisations: Learning from the Private Sector - John Harper and Jennifer Cassingena Harper
  11. Knowledge Management and Diplomatic Training: New Approaches for Training Institutions - Dietrich Kappeler
  12. Knowledge and Diplomacy - Alex Sceberras Trigona
  13. Knowledge Management in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Malta - Gaetan Naudi
  14. Leaders’ Rhetoric and Preventive Diplomacy: Issues We Are Ignorant About - Drazen Pehar
  15. Ivo Andric on Diplomacy


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