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Add to cart To purchase this item, please add the product to your basket and click the Shopping basket link above to view your basket and continue. About the author:. The State and Cosmopolitan Responsibilities. International Relations and the European Union 3rd edition. International Relations 2nd edition. Military Psychologists' Desk Reference. It does not explore diplomatic tactics or theories but provides an historic look at some incidents where diplomacy occurred.

Apr 19, Muhamed rated it it was ok Shelves: politics.

It is definitely an interesting read but I am not sure it can be called a book. Looks more like a first draft of a book. Chapters seem unrelated and no verbal attempt is made to explain the link.

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I expected some clear ideas about what diplomacy is, including some clear examples about it with highlights. But the book was extremely short for my expectations. It was my first book of the "Very Short Introduction" series; I hope that others books from that list, that I have marked as "want to read", meets my expectations. Apr 27, Susapien rated it liked it Shelves: international-relations.

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The book basically outlines the evolution of diplomacy as an art of statecraft and changes occurred in the globalising era, The language is easy and simple. The writing seems to be eurocentric, as it entirely ignores the history of diplomatic envoys in ancient China, India and Africa. Nov 25, Bastian rated it it was ok. I have learnt almost nothing from this book.

Feb 18, Zam rated it really liked it. Mar 29, Haitham rated it did not like it. Oct 24, Ryan Scicluna rated it liked it Shelves: non-fiction. More history of diplomacy then actually diplomacy and what it entails but it was still an enjoyable read. Very insightful about certain agreements between nations that we take for-granted. Apr 26, Milo added it. Ronan rated it really liked it Oct 26, Tim C rated it it was ok Jul 30, Elie rated it liked it Jul 08, Huda Al-Khulaif rated it did not like it Oct 20, Mohamed Abo Ayman rated it liked it Jan 24, Musey10 rated it it was amazing Sep 17, James Campbell rated it it was amazing Jul 18, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.