Strategic Engagement in Conflicted Communities
This book compiles the contributions presented at the conference "The Role of Public Diplomacy in Bringing the Conflicted Communities Together," organized by Yunus Emre Institute Cultural Diplomacy Academy and Global Public Diplomacy Network, as well as through the valuable contributions of globally recognized academics, diplomats, and practitioners from around the world. The book concentrates mainly on hands-on public diplomacy solutions and discusses public diplomacy as for the strategic engagement process with the conflicted communities.
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- Introduction. Brief Evolutionary History of Diplomacy from Medieval Times to Date and Public Diplomacy Practice for Conflicted Communities (Melih Barut)
- Notes on Contributors
- Part One
- Chapter 1 The Role of Yunus Emre Institute and Global Public Diplomacy Network (GPDNet) in Promoting Global Peace, Harmony and Social Cohesion (Şeref Ateş)
- Chapter 2 A New Public Diplomacy for the 21st Century (Brigitte L. Nacos)
- Chapter 3 The New Understanding of Civilization for Global Peace, Security and Prosperity (Bekir Karlığa)
- Chapter 4 Cultural Diplomacy for Humanity’s Common Benefit (Luan Starova)
- Chapter 5 Social Media in Public Diplomacy as a Leverage to Traditional Diplomacy (Luis Palma Castillo)
- Part Two
- The Future of the Public Diplomacy and the Role of Public Diplomacy in Conflict Prevention (Melih Barut)
Introduction Brief Evolutionary History of Diplomacy from Medieval Times to Date and Public Diplomacy Practice for Conflicted Communities
Ever since the ancient ages diplomacy has always been the most important form of communication used by states in the process of shaping their relations with each other for making desired non-conflictual state sustainable while guaranteeing their securities and preserving their national or collective interests without fighting at all levels.
the foundations of the classical diplomacy can be traced back to ancient Greece and Rome. In “Iliad” by Homer and “History of the Peloponnesian Wars” by Thucydides, it is possible to come across some certain solid references regarding the early formations of the diplomatic missions, treaties and negotiation culture.
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- 2018 (November)
- Cultural Diplomacy Strategic Communication Diplomacy Preemptive Engagement Conflict Prevention Peace Building Social Engagement Mass Media Social Media Cultural Diversities Cross-cultural Conflicts and Terrorism Collective and National Interests New World Order
- Berlin, Bern, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford, Warszawa, Wien. 76 p., 7 col. ill.