Many remember Ivo Andric for his Nobel Prize for Literature. He is also remembered as a diplomat with over 20 years of experience.

Source: Knowledge and Diplomacy. Ed by J. Kurbalija (2002)
Author: Ivo Andric, 2002

Edmond Pascual interprets diplomatic communication with the linguistic tools of pragmatics.

Source: Language and Diplomacy. Ed by J. Kurbalija and H. Slavik (2001)
Author: Edmond Pascual (Translation from French by Helena Mallia), 2001

Dr Abu Jaber brings a cross-cultural element to the discussion of language and diplomacy, surveying the historical development of diplomatic language particularly in the Arab world.

Source: Language and Diplomacy. Ed by J. Kurbalija and H. Slavik (2001)
Author: Kamel S. Abu Jaber, 2001

Dr Francisco Gomes de Matos applies what he calls the "Pedagogy of Positiveness" to diplomatic communication.

Source: Language and Diplomacy. Ed by J. Kurbalija and H. Slavik (2001)
Author: Francisco Gomes de Matos, 2001

Professor Paul Sharp discusses negotiation with American mediators. He notes that most literature on negotiation is written to advise Americans and other Westerners about negotiating with foreigners.

Source: Language and Diplomacy. Ed by J. Kurbalija and H. Slavik (2001)
Author: Paul Sharp, 2001

Ambassador Kishan Rana introduces the dimension of diplomatic signalling.

Source: Language and Diplomacy. Ed by J. Kurbalija and H. Slavik (2001)
Author: Kishan Rana, 2001

Drazen Pehar looks specifically at the use of ambiguities in peace agreements. Pehar explains why ambiguities are so often used and why diplomats and others involved in international relations may think it best to eliminate ambiguities from peace agreements altogether.

Source: Language and Diplomacy. Ed by J. Kurbalija and H. Slavik (2001)
Author: Drazen Pehar, 2001

In the preface below, Jovan Kurbalija and Hannah Slavik introduce the chapters in the book, and extract the general themes covered by the various authors.

Source: Language and Diplomacy. Ed by J. Kurbalija and H. Slavik (2001)
Author: Jovan Kurbalija, Hannah Slavik, 2001

Ivan Callus and Ruben Borg apply a very different set of tools to the analysis of diplomatic discourse. Their paper applies the discourse of deconstruction, a form of literary criticism, to the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations.

Source: Language and Diplomacy. Ed by J. Kurbalija and H. Slavik (2001)
Author: Ivan Callus, Ruben Borg, 2001

Dr Donald Sola asks whether software innovation can make a contribution to the needs of those learning the world "languages of wider communication".

Source: Language and Diplomacy. Ed by J. Kurbalija and H. Slavik (2001)
Author: Donald Sola, 2001

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