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Diplomatic Practice: Between Tradition And Innovation

By (author) Juergen Kleiner
Genres: Diplomacy
Format: Hardback
Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Co Pte Ltd, Singapore, Singapore
Published: 10th May 2009
Dimensions: w 152mm h 229mm d 27mm
Weight: 863g
ISBN-10: 9814271241
ISBN-13: 9789814271240
Barcode No: 9789814271240
Synopsis
This book presents a comprehensive overview of the current international practice of diplomacy. Armed with over 30 years of experience in the German Foreign Service, the author explains the workings of the different actors on the diplomatic stage. The book provides a detailed coverage of various diplomatic agencies as well as the functions of diplomats and consuls, explaining the methods and protocols of the art of diplomacy. It will serve as a good reference source for students and scholars of diplomacy, diplomats in foreign ministries and diplomatic and consular missions.

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Juergen Kleiner's 'Diplomatic Practice' has all the ingredients to become the reference book for a generation. Only a lifelong practitioner of diplomacy turned university professor could produce such a vivid, authoritative and well articulated portrait of his profession ]] Kleiner's definitions are crystal clear, his judgement is always balanced, hi -- Dr Ernst-Ulrich Junker, Minister (ret.) "Previous Head of the Economic and Scientific Section of the German Embassy in Tokyo"