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23 Nov 2009
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This year, five candidates graduated with the Master in Contemporary
Diplomacy from the University of Malta and Diplo, on Monday, November 23,
2009. The graduation ceremony took place at the Jesuit’s church in
Valletta, Malta. The graduates, and their research topics, were: *Michael
Bulwaka* (*Diaspora Diplomacy: A Case Study of Uganda*); *Rudaralingum
Coopamootoo* (*Exploring the Relevance of Engagement and Containment
Approaches in the European Union’s Management of Relations with Russia*); *Philip
Donald Kargbo* (*The Role of Public Diplomacy in the Resolution of African
Disputes: Civil Society Action in Sierra Leone*); *Liene Norberg* (*Impact
of Russia’s Foreign Energy Policy on Small European States’ Security. Case
Study: The Baltic States*); *Uchenna Okoli* (*Development Aid and Nigeria’s
Poverty Challenge: Millennium Development Goals 4 and 5 in Focus*). We
would like to thank the Diplo faculty members who supervised the work of
these graduates.

This year, five candidates graduated with the Master in Contemporary
Diplomacy from the University of Malta and Diplo, on Monday, November 23,
2009. The graduation ceremony took place at the Jesuit’s church in
Valletta, Malta. The graduates, and their research topics, were: *Michael
Bulwaka* (*Diaspora Diplomacy: A Case Study of Uganda*); *Rudaralingum
Coopamootoo* (*Exploring the Relevance of Engagement and Containment
Approaches in the European Union’s Management of Relations with Russia*); *Philip
Donald Kargbo* (*The Role of Public Diplomacy in the Resolution of African
Disputes: Civil Society Action in Sierra Leone*); *Liene Norberg* (*Impact
of Russia’s Foreign Energy Policy on Small European States’ Security. Case
Study: The Baltic States*); *Uchenna Okoli* (*Development Aid and Nigeria’s
Poverty Challenge: Millennium Development Goals 4 and 5 in Focus*). We
would like to thank the Diplo faculty members who supervised the work of
these graduates.

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