The Adoption of Agenda 21 of the 1992 United Nations Conference on Environment and Development

The two weeks United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in June 1992 (dubbed The Earth Summit) was a landmark summit that heralded global consensus on attaining ecological and sustainable development appreciative of the deepening crisis arising from global ecological degradation. The need to adopt eco-efficiency during the […]

The Impact of Newly Emerged Actors, Groupings and NGOs on the Conduct of the Contemporary Diplomacy

The emergence of new actors, groupings, and non-governmental organizations has had a potent impact on the changing frames of traditional approaches to diplomacy. The changes are revealed through the new patterns of foreign politics interpretation all over the world. The remarkable role of NGOs in contemporary diplomacy is emphasized due to their threatening and destabilizing […]

Environmental Issue in China

Executive Summary Rapid growth in China is negatively affecting the environment. Air pollution in Beijing is now a major source of concern while the Chinese government seems to be doing little to protect the environment. Thus, this paper presents an in-depth public diplomacy strategy based on building a network of influence to advocate for policy […]

Public Diplomacy

Introduction Public diplomacy entails the impact of public attitudes on the compilation and implementation of foreign policies. Public diplomacy includes the execution of public opinion by a government to a foreign country. Public diplomacy can also be viewed as the process of communicating foreign affairs and its influence on policy as well as the system […]

Eurobarometer

From 1973, the Eurobarometer public opinion surveys have been conducted on behalf of the Directorate-General for Education and Culture of the European Commission twice a year to get a better basis for decisions and evaluations of its work. Every survey is composed of about one thousand personal interviews per member state of the European Commission. […]

Down the Road Uncharted: The Path of a Leader, Ali Aujali

Among the most complicated tasks, diplomatic mission is the most demanding and the most complicated, since it presupposes not only the interaction of different cultures with completely different pictures of the world, but also the solution of the conflicts which arise as a result of the above-mentioned discrepancies. However, with the help of an appropriate […]

The Outcome of the Regime Change in North Korea and the Role of South Korea during the Regime Change

“I think it’s time we talked about regime change in North Korea, and I do not mean military action, but I do believe that this is a very unstable regime,” Sen. John McCain said. Indeed the question of the regime change in North Korea is an urgent question of the modern international security politics. The […]

A Research Proposal on Multilateral Diplomacy in the 21st Century

Abstract The current unilateral challenges that face the world necessitate the need for multiple relations among different nations. Some of the challenges and problems of the 21st century include human rights, environmental issues, labor rights, and humanitarian assistance (Muldoon 62). A research on the need for multilateral diplomacy in the 21st century is significant in […]

West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Authority

The key ambition of West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Authority is making its area of operation safer by facilitating efficient, safety measures. The authority responds to fire fighting, floods, traffic accidents, incidents such as lift trapping and those involving hazardous materials such as petroleum, gas, and electricity. The authority conducts education on matters relating to […]

Phrase Juggling

Overview The short story, ‘The History of the Private Campaign that Failed’ is a classical fictional story written by Mark Twain portraying the wars that broke out during the second half of the 19th century in the United States as a result of foreign invasion by alliance forces (Messent 133). During this time, several states […]

Diplomatic Protocols and Privileges

Introduction Barston (2006) defines diplomacy as the administration of interstate interactions. Other variables that may affect any of the states are also included in the interaction. A diplomat therefore promotes their country’s national interests by representing the country in negotiations and doing tasks that promote national interest. The ministry of Foreign affairs in most cases […]

Debate between Noam Chomsky and William Buckley

Introduction Chomsky won this debate. He was well-versed with the subject matter, and provided evidence for his remarks. This individual also incorporated counterarguments in his assertions. Chomsky understood that this was a complex subject matter that needed to be analyzed bit by bit. Why Chomsky was the better debater The best thing about Chomsky’s arguments […]

Diplomatic Immunity

Introduction Diplomacy can be defined as interaction between states carried out through diplomats. The diplomat is expected to promote the core values and interests of their country by engaging in negotiations and activities geared towards promotion of their country’s interests. The welfare of the diplomats as they conduct missions abroad is catered for by the […]

Nuclear Diplomacy

Introduction The essay is a critical examination of the major factors that contributed to the non-use of nuclear weapons after they were first used back in 1945 in Japan’s two major cities Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The attacks were made by the United States of America in trying to make the Japanese surrender. It is worth […]

The Cold War and U.S. Diplomacy

Introduction The Cold War was a political conflict characterized by military tension between the Soviet Union and the United States and its political allies that occurred between 1946 and 1991. The conflict did not involve direct military confrontations; nevertheless, propaganda, espionage, and nuclear threats were common. During the Cold War, the U.S. was engaged in […]

How Has The Wikileaks Cable-Gate Scandal Affected The Institution Of Diplomacy?

Diplomacy is an important institution to all the governments in the world. International relations among nations are maintained by various diplomats stationed in respective embassies of various countries (Siracusa 5). These diplomats are responsible for brokering international trade deals between states, discussing economic matters, war and peace making. Diplomats also negotiate international treaties before they […]

The US energy diplomacy

There is only one market for oil, and that is the global market. The market is subject to effects of world politics especially concerning matters of diplomacy, and pricing wars between major suppliers. These will in effect have adverse political implications as well as economic effect to the major players especially the United States of […]

Public Speaking by American Politicians

Kennedy’s Address to the Greater Houston Ministerial Association Kennedy’s speech primarily addresses the American cove values that should not be related to person’s religious beliefs. At the very beginning of the speech, the future Presidents states that the state and religion should be absolutely separated from each other because being Catholic, Protestant, or Baptist is […]

Political Change in Russian and why Reform is a Certainty

Introduction This paper reflects on the political changes that happened in Russia. Moreover, the paper analyses the Russia political scene and why reforms in the country have to be certain. Russian is a weak authoritarian nation that has been faced social problems due to ineffective leadership. Democratic governance of the nation has been widely debated […]

Why did president Obama fail in his attempts to stop israel building settlement and prevent the Palestinians from applying for UN membership?

Thesis Statement Diplomacy is one of the fields of study that has taken root in the modern international system. It pertains to the efforts that states make in order to achieve national interests both locally and abroad. The US has not used its veto power to block Palestine from becoming a state. This is due […]

Africa Regional Conference: Should Democracy be promoted in Africa?

Tunisia as a case study for democracy in Africa portrays nature and the extent of democracy in Africa. Prior to her independence in 20 March 1956, Tunisia was under colonial rule of French since 1881. After independence, Habib Bourguiba became the first president of Tunisia and progressively led his regime with imperial powers, which resulted […]

Political Communication

Being under the influence of globalization, political culture has acquired significance within the national context. In this regard, the study of political communication is necessary for explaining and understanding its essence. In book called Communicating Politics in the Twenty-First Century, Sanders (2009) outlines theoretical concepts and themes related to political communication. The author also provides […]