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What is Foreign Policy

Global Perspectives on the Emerging Trends in Public Diplomacy
A policy pursued by a nation in its dealings with other nations, designed to achieve national objectives.
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New Perspectives on Public Diplomacy
Sureyya Yigit (New Vision University, Georgia)
Copyright: © 2023 |Pages: 29
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-6684-9161-4.ch005
Abstract
Diplomacy, in its international meaning, refers to the art and practice of negotiations between representatives of states or international organisations. In international relations, the interaction between said representatives can focus on aspects as diverse as war and peace, trade, economy, and culture. This chapter endeavours to shed light on the emerging new public diplomacy. Specifically, it introduces a competency model for new global diplomacy with several objectives. The first is the need to audit real power, which escapes international law legislation. The power audit suggests that one is facing a trilemma, a problem with three elements that require prioritization. The first point concerns the debate between freedom and security: how to reconcile both dimensions in the face of the growing threats to the integrity of people. The second is the balance between transparency and confidentiality. Third, it questions what public knowledge is when faced with Wikileaks and the Snowden leaks and how much it affects the relationships based on mutual trust.
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Policymakers and Intelligence Analysts as Decision-Making Agents
The sum of a state’s all (economic, political, cultural) activities outside its borders to promote the domestic values and interests.
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History, Policy Making, and Sustainability
Foreign policy is the policy how a nation seeks to maintain its relations with other nations and with international community.
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Military Expenditure, Economic Growth, and Foreign Policy Implications: The Case of Ghana and Nigeria Within the ECOWAS, 1986-2016
A state’s decisions and strategies that shape actions directed at the achievement of international goals on a range of issues including economic, security, peace, technology, prestige, or status.
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Development of Slovak Public Diplomacy in the Post-Independence Period
Policy, aimed at achieving certain state goals in the field of economics, politics, culture, defense, etc.
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The Role and Place of Geopolitics in the Scientific System
A state 's foreign policy or external policy (as opposed to internal or domestic policy ) is its objectives and activities regarding its interactions with other states, unions, and other political entities , whether bilaterally or through multilateral platforms
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Geopolitics, National, and Military Strategy
A state's foreign policy or external policy (as opposed to internal or domestic policy) is its objectives and activities regarding its interactions with other states, unions, and other political entities, whether bilaterally or through multilateral platforms
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