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Diplomacy & Foreign Policy

Science Diplomacy and Soviet-American Academic and Technical Exchanges [JOURNAL ARTICLE]

 
Krasnyak, O. (2020). Science Diplomacy and Soviet-American Academic and Technical Exchanges, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 15(3), 398-408.

At the Edge of the Empire: Mapping the Law of Hong Kong's Paradiplomacy [JOURNAL ARTICLE]

 
Cheung, J. (2020). At the Edge of the Empire: Mapping the Law of Hong Kong’s Paradiplomacy, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 15(3), 211-251.

The Site of Foreign Policy: A Field Theory Account of MFAs [JOURNAL ARTICLE]

 
Balzacq, Thierry. (2020). The Site of Foreign Policy: A Field Theory Account of MFAs, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 15(1-2), 174-184.

Distributed Agency: Foreign Policy sans MFA [JOURNAL ARTICLE]

 
Dittmer, Jason. (2019). Distributed Agency: Foreign Policy sans MFA, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 15(1-2), 155-164.

Ethical Dilemmas of Back-Channel Diplomacy: Necessary Secrecy or a Secret Foreign Policy? [JOURNAL ARTICLE]

 
Jones, Peter. (2018). Ethical Dilemmas of Back-Channel Diplomacy: Necessary Secrecy or a Secret Foreign Policy?, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 13(4), 483-501.

Parliamentary Diplomacy in the Chinese Constitution and Foreign Policy [JOURNAL ARTICLE]

 
Wang, Liwan. (2016). Parliamentary Diplomacy in the Chinese Constitution and Foreign Policy, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 11(2-3), 253-274.

Analysing the Power of the European Union’s Diplomatic Service: Do the EU Member States Control the European External Action Service? [JOURNAL ARTICLE]

 
Kostanyan, Hrant. (2016). Analysing the Power of the European Union’s Diplomatic Service: Do the EU Member States Control the European External Action Service?, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 11(1), 26-48.

Representing the Global Island: A Review of Ireland’s Foreign Policy [JOURNAL ARTICLE]

 
Keown, Gerard. (2015). Representing the Global Island: A Review of Ireland’s Foreign Policy, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 10(4), 430-439.

‘Review2014’: A Project of Reflection and Change in German Foreign Policy [JOURNAL ARTICLE]

 
Bagger, Thomas. (2015). ‘Review2014’: A Project of Reflection and Change in German Foreign Policy, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 10(4), 421-429.

BRICS Diplomacy within and beyond Russia: The Fifth BRICS Summit through the Screens of Three Russian Television Channels [JOURNAL ARTICLE]

 
Grincheva, Natalia. (2015). BRICS Diplomacy within and beyond Russia: The Fifth BRICS Summit through the Screens of Three Russian Television Channels, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 10(1), 35-69.

Opening the Windows on Diplomacy: A Comparison of the Domestic Dimension of Public Diplomacy in Canada and Australia [JOURNAL ARTICLE]

 
Huijgh, Ellen, & Byrne, Caitlin. (2012). Opening the Windows on Diplomacy: A Comparison of the Domestic Dimension of Public Diplomacy in Canada and Australia, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 7(4), 395-420.

The European Union’s Foreign Policy since the Treaty of Lisbon: The Difficult Quest for More Consistency and Coherence [JOURNAL ARTICLE]

 
Reynaert, Vicky. (2012). The European Union’s Foreign Policy since the Treaty of Lisbon: The Difficult Quest for More Consistency and Coherence, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 7(2), 207-226.

To What Ends EU Foreign Policy? Contending Approaches to the Union’s Diplomatic Objectives and Representation [JOURNAL ARTICLE]

 
Thomas, Daniel C., & Tonra, Ben. (2012). To What Ends EU Foreign Policy? Contending Approaches to the Union’s Diplomatic Objectives and Representation, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 7(1), 11-29.

The European External Action Service: A Pivotal Actor in EU Foreign Policy Communications? [JOURNAL ARTICLE]

 
Bicchi, Federica. (2012). The European External Action Service:A Pivotal Actor in EU Foreign Policy Communications?, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 7(1), 81-94.

The Distinction between Foreign Policy and Diplomacy in American International Thought and Practice [JOURNAL ARTICLE]

 
Clinton, David. (2011). The Distinction between Foreign Policy and Diplomacy in American International Thought and Practice, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 6(3-4), 261-276.

Digital Diplomacy and US Foreign Policy [JOURNAL ARTICLE]

 
Ross, Alec. (2011). Digital Diplomacy and US Foreign Policy, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 6(3-4), 451-455.

Transformational Diplomacy: US Tactics for Change in the Islamic Republic of Iran, 2004-2006 [JOURNAL ARTICLE]

 
Esposito, Karin A., & Alaeddin Vahid Gharavi, S. (2011). Transformational Diplomacy: US Tactics for Change in the Islamic Republic of Iran, 2004-2006, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 6(3-4), 319-334.

Chinese Foreign Policy under Hu Jintao: The Struggle between Low-Profile Policy and Diplomatic Activism [JOURNAL ARTICLE]

 
Suisheng, Zhao. (2010). Chinese Foreign Policy under Hu Jintao: The Struggle between Low-Profile Policy and Diplomatic Activism, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 5(4), 357-378.

Going Beyond Paradiplomacy? Adding Historical Institutionalism to Account for Regional Foreign Policy Competences [JOURNAL ARTICLE]

 
Bursens, Peter, & Deforche, Jana. (2010). Going Beyond Paradiplomacy? Adding Historical Institutionalism to Account for Regional Foreign Policy Competences, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 5(1-2), 151-171.

Taking Stock: 50 Years of European Diplomacy [JOURNAL ARTICLE]

 
Spence, David. (2009). Taking Stock: 50 Years of European Diplomacy, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 4(2), 235-259.

Providing for European-Level Diplomacy after Lisbon: The Case of the European External Action Service [JOURNAL ARTICLE]

 
Duke, Simon. (2009). Providing for European-Level Diplomacy after Lisbon: The Case of the European External Action Service, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 4(2), 211-233.

A Small Member State and European Foreign Policy: Shaping or Taking? The Case of Belgium and the African Great Lakes [JOURNAL ARTICLE]

 
Nasra, Skander. (2008). A Small Member State and European Foreign Policy: Shaping or Taking? The Case of Belgium and the African Great Lakes, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 3(3), 233-252.

Music for the Jilted Generation: Open-Source Public Diplomacy [JOURNAL ARTICLE]

 
Fisher, Ali. (2008). Music for the Jilted Generation: Open-Source Public Diplomacy, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 3(2), 129-152.

Arguing Public Diplomacy: The Role of Argument Formations in US Foreign Policy Rhetoric [JOURNAL ARTICLE]

 
Hayden, Craig. (2007). Arguing Public Diplomacy: The Role of Argument Formations in US Foreign Policy Rhetoric, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 2(3), 229-254.

'Do This One For Me, George': Blair, Brown, Bono, Bush and the 'Actor-ness' of the G8 [JOURNAL ARTICLE]

 
Pigman, Geoffrey Allen, & Kotsopoulos, John. (2007). 'Do This One For Me, George': Blair, Brown, Bono, Bush and the 'Actor-ness' of the G8, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 2(2), 127-145.

Democracy Promotion as Foreign Policy: Some Cautionary Reflections [JOURNAL ARTICLE]

 
Lovell, David. (2007). Democracy Promotion as Foreign Policy: Some Cautionary Reflections, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 2(2), 101-125.

The Impact of Enlargement: Europeanization of Polish Foreign Policy? Tracking Adaptation and Change in the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs [JOURNAL ARTICLE]

 
Pomorska, Karolina. (2007). The Impact of Enlargement: Europeanization of Polish Foreign Policy? Tracking Adaptation and Change in the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 2(1), 25-51.

Towards a European Foreign Policy [JOURNAL ARTICLE]

 
Crowe, Brian. (2006). Towards a European Foreign Policy, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 1(1), 107-114.

 

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