Building international diplomacy requires understanding ourselves, others, and how we relate together. It also involves understanding how others relate among themselves.
This paper is a comparative examination of the websites of the ministries of foreign affairs of China, India, Germany, France, Chile, Brazil, the US, Canada and several African states and their diplomatic representation abroad. The research is case-study oriented.
Foreign cultural policy is in itself vital for establishing long lasting and deep relations between countries in international intercourse.
Basic concepts mean different things in different cultures. In multilateral relations this means that looking at such a concept is always culturally biased.
There is hardly any need to stress that the relations between the adherents of the three great religions of the Mediterranean, as indeed of all other religions, are more affected by the images that each group has of the other than by the precise content of the theological beliefs held by the spir
To explore the idea that word use is culture-bound, this paper examines the English words culture and globalisation, to discover how they are used, and how they have come to have certain meanings or represent certain ideas.
IC and Diplomacy - Lessons from Two Fields: A Diplomat and
an Interculturalist Converse
Diplomats are people who are on the fringe somewhere, because they are either permanently living in or at least dealing with alien cultures, cultures with different values.