IC and Diplomacy - Intercultural Competence and its Relevance for International DiplomacyThe changing nature of international diplomacy requires new knowledge and awareness of intercultural and other skills needed to perform effectively in the role of diplomat.
This paper focuses on interactions between states, international organisations and local authorities in the implementation of the Dayton Accords for Bosnia and Herzegovina.
When two negotiating parties from different cultural backgrounds attempt to communicate, the potential for disagreement and misunderstanding is great.
Foreign cultural policy is in itself vital for establishing long lasting and deep relations between countries in international intercourse.
This essay examines and seeks to explode the notion that diplomats are, or should be, immune to emotion in the conduct of their duties.
Open communication and interaction between political elites and civic society is considered one of the fundamental conditions of a representative, working democracy.
The terrorist attacks of 9/11 have brought an old problem into new focus: how to unite a population potentially divided along racial, ethnic and denominational fault lines.
To explore the idea that word use is culture-bound, this paper examines the English words culture and globalisation, to discover how they are used, and how they have come to have certain meanings or represent certain ideas.
Europe has many borders. Its small countries with millenary histories and diversities offer a variety of intercultural challenges.
Diplomats have often been blamed for failing to prevent the outbreak of the First World War.