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Malta  | 
7 Feb 2007 to 8 Feb 2007
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Although their diplomacy differs in its thrust and nature from that of
larger and more powerful states, small states are viable and active
partners within the international community. This conference addressed the
challenges that small states face in achieving better participation in
global affairs with fewer resources. Practitioners and academics presented
on issues including the organisation of diplomatic services, crisis
management, the conduct of complex negotiations, innovative forms of
representation, and the use of the Internet and ICT in diplomacy. This
conference was the first part of Diplo’s Diplomacy of Small States project.

Although their diplomacy differs in its thrust and nature from that of
larger and more powerful states, small states are viable and active
partners within the international community. This conference addressed the
challenges that small states face in achieving better participation in
global affairs with fewer resources. Practitioners and academics presented
on issues including the organisation of diplomatic services, crisis
management, the conduct of complex negotiations, innovative forms of
representation, and the use of the Internet and ICT in diplomacy. This
conference was the first part of Diplo’s Diplomacy of Small States project.

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