Podcast #7 | Tristen Naylor on Diplomatic Summits and Meetings During (and after) COVID
The Hague Journal of Diplomacy is delighted to announce it will be starting its own podcast series! The series will be aimed at bringing the themes of the journal’s research off the page, and onto the discussion table. Each episode will feature a guest who will share their insights and personal experience within their practice of, or research on diplomacy.
This time, in our seventh episode, Ilen Madhavji is joined by Tristen Naylor to discuss his recent contribution to our "Diplomacy After COVID" Forum. His piece, entitled "All That’s Lost: The Hollowing of Summit Diplomacy in a Socially Distanced World", forms the starting point of their discussion on how COIVD has changed the way diplomatic summits and meetings have adapted to the new normal. Without physically being together, world leaders and diplomats have had to change the way they interact and make decisions. Listen in to hear how this has changed the concept of the summit, and what diplomacy can learn for the post-COVID era.