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Diplomacy-International Relations-Lecture Handout

Lecture Notes, International Relations

Post: August 8th, 2012
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This course talks about approaches to IR, balance of power, colonialism, neo-colonialism, imperialism, arms control, international organizations, integration in IR, national interests, international economic order, cold war, global divide, nation state system. This lecture includes: Definitions, Multilateral, Diplomacy, National, Interests, World, Trade, Organization, Environmental, Agreements
This course talks about approaches to IR, balance of power, colonialism, neo-colonialism, imperialism, arms control, international organizations, integration in IR, national interests, international economic order, cold war, global divide, nation state system. This lecture includes: Definitions, Multilateral, Diplomacy, National, Interests, World, Trade, Organization, Environmental, Agreements
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International Relations-PSC 201 VU LESSON 10 DIPLOMACY Definitions of Diplomacy Diplomacy is the management of IR through negotiations or the method by which these relations are adjusted or managed. Diplomacy tries to achieve the maximum objectives (national interests) with a minimum of costs in a system of politics where war remains a possibility. There are two major forms of diplomacy. The simplest and the oldest is bilateral diplomacy between two states. Bilateral diplomacy is still common with many treaties between two states, and it is a main concern of embassies. The other form of diplomacy is multilateral diplomacy involving many states. Formal multilateral diplomacy is normally dated to the Congress of Vienna in the nineteenth century. Since then, multilateralism has grown in importance. Today most trade treaties, such as the World Trade Organization (WTO), arms control agreements, such as the Partial Test Ban Treaty and the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty, and environmental ag..

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