Training for Public Diplomacy: an Evolutionary Perspective

  • John Hemery
Part of the Studies in Diplomacy and International Relations book series (SID)


In his chapter of this book, and elsewhere, Brian Hocking has distinguished between two phenomena in the contemporary international system: a state-centred group of actors operating in a more or less ordered hierarchy; and a more amorphous set of networks between peoples and institutions co-existing and interpenetrated with the first group. It is a system in transition, and governments are adapting their diplomacy to the change, with increasing attention being paid to public diplomacy. Training regimes are similarly in transition.


Evolutionary Perspective Foreign Ministry British Council Media Skill Public Diplomacy 
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