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Diplomacy today is much more than a rarefied, exclusive and secret dialogue between states. Governments the world over are experimenting with innovative types of public engagement such as cultural, digital and public diplomacy. These new, democratised types of diplomacy create fluid, plural and diverse networks of state and non-state actors, generate win-win scenarios via complementary partnerships, and temper the disintegration agenda. This briefing paper describes a ‘new’ dynamic type of diplomacy that is rapidly growing in theory and practice: sports diplomacy.
|Publication status||Published - 28 Sep 2017|
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Murray, S., Parish, R. & Sonntag, A.
1/01/19 → 31/12/20
Consultant as a Field Leader on the Future of Soft Power and Diplomacy: Implications of emerging global developments for the soft power of nation states and institutions, and the operating context for foreign policy and public diplomacy practitioners
Stuart Murray (Consultant)16 Dec 2020