Diplomatic Theory from Machiavelli to Kissinger

Diplomatic Theory from Machiavelli to Kissinger

This book offers an introductory guide for students to four centuries of diplomatic thought.

Author: G. Berridge

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9780230508309

Category: Political Science

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This book offers an introductory guide for students to four centuries of diplomatic thought. Since diplomacy as we know it was created during the Renaissance in Italy, a number of major figures have reflected on the place of diplomacy in foreign affairs and the problems associated with its pursuit. These include statesmen, international lawyers and historians, most of whom had experience as diplomats of the first or second rank. This book examines the thought of some of the most important of them, from Niccolò Machiavelli in the early sixteenth century to Henry Kissinger in the late twentieth century.
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Diplomatic Theory from Machiavelli to Kissinger

Diplomatic Theory from Machiavelli to Kissinger

Offering an introductory guide to four centuries of diplomatic thought, these essays examine the contributions to diplomatic theory of Machiavelli, Guicciardini, Grotius, Richelieu, Wicquefort, Callières, Satow, Nicolson and Kissinger.

Author: G. R. Berridge

Publisher: Macmillan

ISBN: 0333753658

Category: History

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Offering an introductory guide to four centuries of diplomatic thought, these essays examine the contributions to diplomatic theory of Machiavelli, Guicciardini, Grotius, Richelieu, Wicquefort, Callières, Satow, Nicolson and Kissinger.
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The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs

The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs

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Diplomatic Style and Foreign Policy

Diplomatic Style and Foreign Policy

37 Berridge, Diplomatic Theory from Machiavelli to Kissinger, 126. 38 Ernest
Satow, Satow's Guide to Diplomatic Practice., 5th edn. (London: Longman, 1979),
xii. 39 Berridge, Diplomatic Theory from Machiavelli to Kissinger, 127–128.

Author: Jeffrey Robertson

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317283003

Category: Political Science

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The book explores diplomatic style and its use as a means to provide analytical insight into a state’s foreign policy, with a specific focus on South Korea. Diplomatic style attracts scant attention from scholars. It is dismissed as irrelevant in the context of diplomacy’s universalism; misconstrued as a component of foreign policy; alluded to perfunctorily amidst broader considerations of foreign policy; or wholly absented from discussions in which it should comprise an important component. In contrast to these views, practitioners maintain a faith-like confidence in diplomatic style. They assume it plays an important role in providing analytical insight, giving them advantage over scholars in the analysis of foreign policy. This book explores diplomatic style and its use as a means to provide analytical insight into foreign policy, using South Korea as a case study. It determines that style remains important to diplomatic practitioners, and provides analytical insight into a state’s foreign policy by highlighting phenomena of policy relevance, which narrows the range of information an analyst must cover. The book demonstrates how South Korea’s diplomatic style – which has a tendency towards emotionalism, and is affected by status, generational change, cosmopolitanism, and estrangement from international society – can be a guide to understanding South Korea’s contemporary foreign policy. This book will be of much interest to students of diplomacy studies, foreign policy, Asian politics, and International Relations in general.
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Diplomatic Theory of International Relations

Diplomatic Theory of International Relations

Diplomacy: Theory and Practice (London: Prentice Hall/Wheatsheaf, 1995). “
Guicciardini,' in Berridge, Keens Soper and Otte, Diplomatic Theory from
Machiavelli to Kissinger, pp. 33—49. “The Origins of the Diplomatic Corps: Rome
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Author: Paul Sharp

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521760263

Category: Political Science

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This book seeks to identify a body or tradition of diplomatic thinking and construct a diplomatic theory of international relations from it.
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Dancing with the Devil

Dancing with the Devil

G. R. Berridge, Maurice KeensOper, and T. G. Otte, Diplomatic Theory from
Machiavelli to Kissinger (New York: Palgrave, 2001), p. 8; Nicolson, The
Evolution of Diplomatic Method, pp. 31–32. 9. Niccolò Machiavelli, The
Discourses, II.13, ...

Author: Michael Rubin

Publisher: Encounter Books

ISBN: 9781594037986

Category: Political Science

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The world has seldom been as dangerous as it is now. Rogue regimes—governments and groups that eschew diplomatic normality, sponsor terrorism, and proliferate nuclear weapons—threaten the United States around the globe. Because sanctions and military action are so costly, the American strategy of first resort is dialogue, on the theory that “it never hurts to talk to enemies.” Seldom is conventional wisdom so wrong. Engagement with rogue regimes is not cost-free, as Michael Rubin demonstrates by tracing the history of American diplomacy with North Korea, Iran, Iraq, Libya, the Taliban’s Afghanistan, and Pakistan. Further challenges to traditional diplomacy have come from terrorist groups, such as the PLO in the 1970s and 1980s, or Hamas and Hezbollah in the last two decades. The argument in favor of negotiation with terrorists is suffused with moral equivalence, the idea that one man’s terrorist is another man’s freedom fighter. Rarely does the actual record of talking to terrorists come under serious examination. While soldiers spend weeks developing lessons learned after every exercise, diplomats generally do not reflect on why their strategy toward rogues has failed, or consider whether their basic assumptions have been faulty. Rubin’s analysis finds that rogue regimes all have one thing in common: they pretend to be aggrieved in order to put Western diplomats on the defensive. Whether in Pyongyang, Tehran, or Islamabad, rogue leaders understand that the West rewards bluster with incentives and that the U.S. State Department too often values process more than results.
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International Relations and World Politics

International Relations and World Politics

Diplomatic Theory from Machiavelli to Kissinger ( New York : Palgrave , 2001 )
and Fred C . Iklé , How Nations Negotiate ( New York : Harper & Row , 1964 ) .
Touching on diplomacy over the half millennium since 1500 is Paul Kennedy ' s
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Author: Paul R. Viotti

Publisher: Prentice Hall

ISBN: WISC:89099865149

Category: Political Science

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International Relations and World Politics introduces the issues in an organized and comprehensible way, examining them in relation to two trends; three broad, organizing themes or concepts; key actors; and three basic images or perspectives that provide structure for the pages that follow: • Two trends–increasing globalization and crises of authority–that characterize international relations and world politics • Key organizing themes or concepts–in particular, security, economy, and identity that structure the three major sections of the book • Key actors–states, international organizations, and transnational organizations and movements (such as nongovernmental organizations, multinational corporations, and terrorist groups) • Three basic images or perspectives on world politics–realism, liberalism (or pluralism as it is frequently called), and global economic structuralism (which includes Marxism, world-systems, and dependency theory) supplemented by references to other theoretical and conceptual understandings mentioned below Paul R. Viotti and Mark V. Kauppi wrote this book because they believe it is possible and essential to improve a student's conceptual and theoretical thinking about international relations. If one does not think conceptually, a course in world politics threatens to become little more than current events. Hence, they structured the book in such a way that key concepts, themes, and trends are utilized throughout the discussion of various topics.
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Commonwealth Universities Yearbook

Commonwealth Universities Yearbook

Acting Dir . * Other Staff : 5 Lectrs .; 6 Hon . Sr. Lectrs .; 2 Research : diplomatic
theory from Machiavelli to Tel : ( 0116 ) 252 2800 Fax : ( 0116 ) 252 3986 Hon .
Lectrs .; 6 Hon . Visiting Fellows ; 1 Kissinger ; economic diplomacy ; history of E
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Archives

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Accordingly , diplomat authors like Callières and Pecquet and historians like Vico
, Gibbon and Burke used their ... The Art of Diplomacy ( New York , 1983 ) ; G . R .
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Strategic Review for Southern Africa

Strategic Review for Southern Africa

Otte , T G , " Kissinger " , in Berridge , G R , Keen - Soper , M and TG Otte ,
Diplomatic theory from Machiavelli to Kissenger , Palgrave , Houndmills ,
Basingstoke , 2001 , p 197 . Clausewitz , C von , On War , Volume 1 , translated
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The Diplomatic Corps as an Institution of International Society

The Diplomatic Corps as an Institution of International Society

30 , 94 . Ceremonially , the unity of the diplomatic corps should at all times be
respected . 21 Mattingly , Renaissance Diplomacy , p . 100 . 22 G . R . Berridge ,
M . Keens - Soper and T . G . Otte , Diplomatic Theory from Machiavelli to
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Author: Paul Sharp

Publisher: Studies in Diplomacy and Inter

ISBN: UOM:39015074263297

Category: Education

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This collection of essays examines the diplomatic corps as an institution of international society. Contributors include both leading scholars from the field of diplomatic studies, serving diplomats, and scholar-diplomats. The central argument of the volume is that the diplomatic corps provides one of the few unambiguous ways by which an international society is constituted and finds expression. As the chapters show, however, what this means precisely varies hugely by setting and circumstance.
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Time and Transformation in Seventeenth century Dutch Art

Time and Transformation in Seventeenth century Dutch Art

Berridge , Keens - Soper , and Otto 2001 G . R . Berridge , M . Keens - Soper ,
and T . G . Otto , eds . , Diplomatic Theory from Machiavelli to Kissinger , New
York , 2001 . Bidloo 1685 / 90 G . Bidloo , Anatomia humani corporis , with
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Author: Susan Donahue Kuretsky

Publisher: Frances Lehman Loeb Art Ctr

ISBN: UOM:39015060630400

Category: Art

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Time and Transformation brings together a variety of seventeenth-century Dutch paintings and works on paper in a major examination of themes dealing with the transformative effects of time and circumstance. The Dutch were fascinated with this idea and the variety of motifs used to convey it. Included are images of local landscapes with medieval structures left in ruins in the wake of the Spanish wars, depictions of rustic cottages and farmhouses, Dutch Italianate landscapes with Roman ruins, and representations of accidental ruins caused by flood or fire. Non-architectural imagery, such as vanitas still lifes and depictions of ruined trees encourage broader thinking on the meanings and associations of images of the fragmentary. Among the artists included are Rembrandt, Jacob van Ruisdael, Jan van Goyen, Abraham Bloemaert, Willem Kalf, Gerard Dou, and Bartholomaus Breenberg.
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A History of International Political Theory

A History of International Political Theory

( 2001 ) , Diplomatic Theory from Machiavelli to Kissinger , New York : Palgrave .
Bierstedt , A. ( 1997 ) , Darwins Erben und die Vielfalt der Kulturen : Zur
Kausalitaet kulturellen Wandels aus darwinistischer Sicht , Frankfurt am Main :
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Author: Hartmut Behr

Publisher: Palgrave MacMillan

ISBN: STANFORD:36105215302816

Category: Philosophy

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Table of Contents A History of International Political Theory : Ontologies of the International by Behr, Hartmut Terms of Use Preface p. ix Acknowledgements p. xi Introduction p. 1 The problematic and research questions p. 1 Implications p. 5 Conceptual remarks p. 11 The structure of the book p. 17 Part I Universalism in Greek and Roman Antiquity and Christian Political Philosophy I.1 Greek and Roman Antiquity p. 23 1 Thucydides p. 23 2 Cicero p. 35 I.2 Christian Political Pragmatism and Ethical Universalism - Aurelius Augustine and Thomas Aquinas p. 50 1 Prolegomena p. 50 2 Political pragmatism in Augustine and Aquinas p. 53 3 Transcendental universalism and the intelligibility of order: Peace and justice p. 60 Part II Universalistic Thinking from Early Modern Times to Enlightenment II. 1 Universalistic Thinking in Christian Legal Philosophy - Bartolomé de las Casas and Francisco de Vitoria p. 75 1 Prolegomena p. 75 2 Universalistic human rights and their extension beyond Europe p. 80 3 Jurisdiction as landmark and guarantor for universal human rights and just war p. 88 II. 2 Universalistic Frameworks in Early Modern Political Theory p. 100 1 Niccolo Machiavelli p. 100 2 Thomas Hobbes p. 115 3 Immanuel Kant p. 130 Part III The Emergence of Particularism in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries III. 1 Philosophies of 'National Interest' p. 141 1 Hegel on 'international law' p. 141 2 National monumental historiography p. 152 3 Geopolitical thought p. 161 III. 2 Manufacturing Inter-National Cooperation - The English School p. 177 1 Hegelian legacies and the 'international system' p. 177 2 From Hegel to international cooperation? p. 186 Part IV The Triumph of Particularism in Twentieth-Century International Relations Theory IV. 1 Neo-Realism and the 'Scientification' of International Political Theory p. 197 1 Solipsistic ontology and epistemology p. 198 2 The inevitability of conflict p. 207 IV. 2 'Misreadings' in IR: Reassessing Morgenthau, Ideology Critique, and the Reification Problem p. 210 1 The 'realism'-neo-realism 'unity' p. 211 2 Explaining misreadings: Ideology critique and the reification of 'the' political p. 219 Part V Instead of A Conclusion - Towards Renewed Ontology(ies) V.1 Universal, Universalistic - Universalized p. 229 V.2 A Loss of Ethics, or the Reinvention of Universal Thinking in Global Politics? p. 238 1 Outline of an ethics of humanity in the international/world/global p. 241 2 Questions towards discourses on/of global politics p. 245 Notes p. 247 Bibliography p. 272 Name Index p. 293 Subject Index p. 297 Copyright ® 2011 R.R. Bowker LLC. All Rights Reserved. Summary A History of International Political Theory : Ontologies of the International by Behr, Hartmut Terms of use Contemporary theory of international politics faces a twofold problem: the critical engagement with legacies of national power politics in connection to 20th Century International Relations and the regeneration of notions of humanity. This book contributes to this engagement by a genealogy of thoughts on war, peace, and ethics. Copyright ® 2011 R.R. Bowker LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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Contemporary Authors

Contemporary Authors

Editorships : Leicester Discussion Papers in Politics , 1992-93 ; Studies in
Diplomacy , ( Macmillan ) 1995— ; and New ... ( Editor , with Maurice Keens -
Soper and Thomas G. Otte ) Diplomatic Theory from Machiavelli to Kissinger ,
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Gerald Fitzmaurice 1865 1939 Chief Dragoman of the British Embassy in Turkey

Gerald Fitzmaurice  1865 1939   Chief Dragoman of the British Embassy in Turkey

... DIPLOMACY AT THE UN ( co - editor with A. Jennings ) DIPLOMACY : Theory
and Practice ( third edition ) DIPLOMATIC CLASSICS : Selected Texts from
Commynes to Vattel DIPLOMATIC THEORY FROM MACHIAVELLI TO
KISSINGER ...

Author: Geoff Berridge

Publisher: Brill Academic Pub

ISBN: UOM:39076002819543

Category: Political Science

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Drawing on indiscreet private letters, this biography provides the first full assessment of a consul whose influence with both British and Turkish officials was often thought malign: Gerald Fitzmaurice (1865-1939), who served in Constantinople before the First World War.
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Diplomacy Theory and History

Diplomacy  Theory and History

Demosthenes 30 ; Descartes 56 ; Diplomatic Immunity 103 ; Discursi 41 ; d '
Ossat , Cardinal 65 , 110 ; Dumont 99 . Kaunitz , Anton von 90 ; Kautilya , Vishnu
Gupta and Chanakya 5 - 9 , 41 , 58 , 70 ; Ketteler , Baron von 21 ; Keynes , J . M .
108 ; Kissinger , Henry 105 ; Koch , Wilhelm 90 . Ε " Einkreisung ” 93 . ...
Macartney , Lord 12 - 15 , 19 ; H Macaulay 47 ; Machiavelli 6 , 40 - 43 , 56 , 70 ,
Hegel 42 ...

Author: Girija Kanta Mookerjee

Publisher: New Delhi : Trimurti Publications

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