Routledge Handbook of Diplomacy and Statecraft
Despite post-Cold War arguments about their demise, ‘Great Powers’ not only continue to thrive, with lesser Powers they form the basis of the constellation of global politics. This topical new Handbook illustrates how and why the new international order has evolved – and is still evolving – since the end of the Cold War, through the application of diplomacy and statecraft.
Including cutting edge contributions from over 40 scholars, the handbook is structured around seven sections:
Through analysis of a wide range of case studies, the Handbook assesses the diplomacy and statecraft of individual powers, offering insights into how they function, their individual perception of national interests and the roles they play in modern statecraft. The contributors also seek to evaluate the organizations and contemporary issues that continue to influence the shaping of the new international order.
A comprehensive survey of diplomacy across the world, this work will be essential reading for scholars and professionals alike.
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The Great Powers and the United Nations
reflections on the rise
collective diplomacy of the global South
ALBA Latin American integration and
The G8 and the move to a globalised international economy
exercising power and influence across the ages
German foreign policy mirrored in the achievements and shortcomings
Japans diplomacy and culture
making room at the main table
Indian statecraft struggles to come to terms with Indias rise
a middle Power in a Great Power
Cuban revolutionary diplomacy 19592009
a model for Latin American diplomacy and statecraft
the foreign policy of a putative African Power
the enigma of bamboo diplomacy
the European Union in the emerging