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Diplomacy, development and defence

Diplomacy, development and defence

a paradigm for policy coherence : a comparative analysis of international strategies

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Published by Verlag Bertelsmann Stiftung in Gütersloh .
Written in English

  • Failed states -- Prevention,
  • Political stability -- International cooperation,
  • Conflict management -- Developing countries,
  • Western countries -- Foreign relations,
  • Security, International,
  • Integrated operations (Military science),
  • World politics -- 2005-2015

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 349-356).

    StatementStefani Weiss, Hans-Joachim Spanger, Wim van Meurs (eds.).
    ContributionsWeiss, Stefani., Spanger, Hans-Joachim., Meurs, Wim P. van.
    LC ClassificationsJZ5588 .D56 2009
    The Physical Object
    Pagination366 p. :
    Number of Pages366
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24026686M
    ISBN 109783867930147
    LC Control Number2009494036

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      A common thread in the debate, so well presented by the noble Lord, Lord McConnell, has been soft power, as ably defined by the noble Baroness, Lady D’Souza. It has been a consistent feature in all the contributions, whether the focus has been on . Dr Stephanie Borg Psaila is the Director for Digital Policy at DiploFoundation, and the Editor of the GIP Digital Watch observatory. In , she served as Diplo's Interim Director and Head of Geneva Internet Platform, replacing Founding Director Dr Jovan Kurbalija during his one-year position as co-Executive Director of the Secretariat of the United Nations High-level Panel on Digital.

    Civil-Military Cooperation Centre of Excellence. Brasserskade A NX The Hague, The Netherlands +31 (0) 15 [email protected] China’s diplomacy; China’s defence policy; And China’s relations with Britain and Europe. We need to take a step back to understand China’s foreign and defence policy. Since this is a military college, let’s trace the origin of Chinese thinking on war and peace. The key is an ancient Chinese book.

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