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Congratulations to the six candidates who graduated with the Master in
Contemporary Diplomacy from the University of Malta and Diplo, on Monday,
November 24, 2008. The graduation ceremony took place at the Jesuit’s
church in Valletta, Malta. The graduates, and their research topics, were: *Patricia
Duran Cotrina* (*The European Union and the Latin American and the
Caribbean Dialogue: Building a Strong Partnership*); *Shkendije Geci* (*Kosovo’s
Final Status Negotiation Process: A Way Out or Cul-de Sac*); *Eleonora
Merlicco* (*The Italian Public Administration: Ideas For Innovation*); *Ibrahim
Naeem* (*Economic and Commercial Diplomacy in Micro-states: A case study of
the Maldives and Mauritius*); *Antonis Sammoutis* (*Bilateral relations
between Cyprus and Germany: 1960 – 1968*); and *Ljuben Tevdovski* (*Cultural
Diplomacy: An Essential and Creative Component in the Toolkit of
Contemporary Diplomacy - Theoretical and Comparative Study with a Special
Focus on Macedonia*). We would like to thank the Diplo faculty members who
supervised the work of these graduates.

Read the Times of Malta article on the graduation ceremony at https://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20081124/local/graduation-cer...

Congratulations to the six candidates who graduated with the Master in
Contemporary Diplomacy from the University of Malta and Diplo, on Monday,
November 24, 2008. The graduation ceremony took place at the Jesuit’s
church in Valletta, Malta. The graduates, and their research topics, were: *Patricia
Duran Cotrina* (*The European Union and the Latin American and the
Caribbean Dialogue: Building a Strong Partnership*); *Shkendije Geci* (*Kosovo’s
Final Status Negotiation Process: A Way Out or Cul-de Sac*); *Eleonora
Merlicco* (*The Italian Public Administration: Ideas For Innovation*); *Ibrahim
Naeem* (*Economic and Commercial Diplomacy in Micro-states: A case study of
the Maldives and Mauritius*); *Antonis Sammoutis* (*Bilateral relations
between Cyprus and Germany: 1960 – 1968*); and *Ljuben Tevdovski* (*Cultural
Diplomacy: An Essential and Creative Component in the Toolkit of
Contemporary Diplomacy - Theoretical and Comparative Study with a Special
Focus on Macedonia*). We would like to thank the Diplo faculty members who
supervised the work of these graduates.

Read the Times of Malta article on the graduation ceremony at https://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20081124/local/graduation-cer...

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