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Of central concern in the field of negotiation is the use of ambiguity to find formulations acceptable to all parties. Professor Norman Scott looks at the contrasting roles of ambiguity and precision in conference diplomacy.

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

Conference interpreters Vicky Cremona and Helena Mallia outline the different types of conference interpretation, difficulties in interpretation, preparation and techniques, and team work. On the topic of diplomatic conferences they point out that "confidence in the interpreters is essential.

Source: Language and Diplomacy. Ed by J. Kurbalija and H. Slavik (2001)
Author: Vicky Ann Cremona, Helena Mallia, 2001

Ambassador Stanko Nick takes a practical approach, examining issues such as the choice of language in bilateral and multilateral meetings, the messages conveyed by language choice, difficulties posed by interpretation, and aspects of diplomatic language including nuance, extra-linguistic...

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

Although many have grappled with the question of what privileges and immunities international officials should enjoy, no satisfactory theoretical framework has evolved.

Source: Modern Diplomacy. Ed by J. Kurbalija (1998)
Author: Linda S. Frey, Marsha Frey, 1998

 Sanctions adversely affect all the structures of the state and society, and render difficult, if not impossible, the normal operation of services, including the Foreign Service.This paper discusses the challenges faced by the Yugoslav diplomatic service when the country was under sanction.

Source: Modern Diplomacy. Ed by J. Kurbalija (1998)
Author: Milan Mitic, 1998

This paper discusses the problem of diplomatic representation. Diplomats should remind themselves and others that they are first and foremost the representatives of sovereign states, that this is their raison d’être and a precondition for anything else they might aspire to be or to do.

Source: Modern Diplomacy. Ed by J. Kurbalija (1998)
Author: Paul Sharp, 1998

The Internet and diplomats of the twenty century: how new information technologies affect the ordinary work of diplomats

Source: Modern Diplomacy. Ed by J. Kurbalija (1998)
Author: Stefano Baldi, 1998

The time of diplomacy is far from over. This paper discusses how its role will become ever more central as most important affairs will have to be handled at global, regional and sub-regional levels.

Source: Modern Diplomacy. Ed by J. Kurbalija (1998)
Author: Dietrich Kappeler, 1998

The functioning of diplomacy is influenced by a complicated combination of different interrelated factors.

Source: Modern Diplomacy. Ed by J. Kurbalija (1998)
Author: Vladimir Petrovsky, 1998

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