September 4, 2008

Small States Grappling with Cooperative and Conflict Diplomacy

One could say that diplomacy is the implementation technology of foreign policy. The output of foreign policy consists of messages or content and diplomacy provides the most appropriate means for its communication, taking into account the peculiarities of its senders and receivers (usually states) and other special circumstances. Every technology has its own rate of development and limits. Even though all technological means cannot be employed at the same time, certain patterns of application have emerged.

One could say that diplomacy is the implementation technology of foreign policy. The output of foreign policy consists of messages or content and diplomacy provides the most appropriate means for its communication, taking into account the peculiarities of its senders and receivers (usually states) and other special circumstances. Every technology has its own rate of development and limits. Even though all technological means cannot be employed at the same time, certain patterns of application have emerged.


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