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landscape where sport, politics, and diplomacy overlap become clearer, as do the pitfalls of using sport as a tool for overcoming and mediating separation between people, nonstate actors, and states.
The power of sport has never been more important. So far, the 21st century has been dominated by disintegration, introspection, and the retreat of the nation-state from the globalization agenda. In such an environment, scholars, students, and practitioners of international relations are beginning to rethink how sport might be used to tackle climate change, gender inequality, and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, for example. To boost these integrative, positive efforts is to focus on the means as well as the ends, that is, the diplomacy, plural networks, and processes involved in the role sport
can play in tackling the monumental traditional and human security challenges of our time.
|Title of host publication||Oxford Research Encyclopedia of International Studies|
|Publisher||Oxford University Press|
|Number of pages||30|
|Publication status||Published - 27 Oct 2020|
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Stuart Murray (Chair)14 Jun 2021
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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