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Geneva  | 
31 May 2006 to 1 Jun 2006
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This conference addressed the complex environment faced by foreign
ministries the world over, both abroad and at home. Domestic and external
issues merge and influence each other in ways that no one anticipated even
a decade ago. The conference particularly focused on the foreign ministries
of countries with limited financial and/or human resources. It facilitated
experience sharing, with academics contributing to the wider objective of
producing optimal value from foreign ministry systems, winning support from
their stakeholders and publics. The conference resulted in the publication
of a volume entitled Foreign Ministries: Managing Diplomatic Networks and
Optimizing Value, edited by Ambassador Kishan Rana and Dr Jovan Kurbalija.

This conference addressed the complex environment faced by foreign
ministries the world over, both abroad and at home. Domestic and external
issues merge and influence each other in ways that no one anticipated even
a decade ago. The conference particularly focused on the foreign ministries
of countries with limited financial and/or human resources. It facilitated
experience sharing, with academics contributing to the wider objective of
producing optimal value from foreign ministry systems, winning support from
their stakeholders and publics. The conference resulted in the publication
of a volume entitled Foreign Ministries: Managing Diplomatic Networks and
Optimizing Value, edited by Ambassador Kishan Rana and Dr Jovan Kurbalija.

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