Ancient Rome bestowed the first diplomatic organs (legationes), the first ambassadors (Pater Patratus) and "Law of Nations" (Jus Gentium) to the world. The governance methods of Ancient Rome and establishing collaboration between neighboring countries for strengthening and consolidating its powers were exposed in the video as well....

The video displays specific features of ancient Indian diplomacy and demonstrates distinguished characteristics of diplomacy in ancient Indian sources like Artashastra....

The video covers Introduction to Far East diplomacy. It comprises Ancient Chinese diplomacy diversity and different attitudes of Chinese philosophers to diplomacy....

The video generally summarizes the beginning, duration and aftermath of Vienna Congress, describes its significance,  importance on diplomacy and also examines the influence of the conference in future diplomatic events....

The video analyzes the essential tools, principles and functions of Diplomacy in broad sense. Furthermore, the prominent elements of Diplomacy were clarified  and displayed respectively....

The video is dedicated to the specific features of Ancient Greek Diplomacy. It comprises the establishment and  functions of the initial diplomatic institutions and their  unique characteristics. Moreover,  the sources of the Ancient Greek Diplomacy were demonstrated in the video....

For the first time after a twenty-five years long transition period in Albanian National Assembly, contiguous to a highly successful consensus performance on the approval of new justice reform legislation there is also a unique contribution towards Albanian diplomacy. Encountered with feeble executive branch diplomacy, without a clear vision and a total absence of dynamic international engagements,...

Diplomacy and International Affairs—as the term implies—have revolved largely around the interactions between states, and soft power, along with forceful measures, has been the cornerstone of conducting that connectedness. However, it is important to stress that diplomacy and international affairs have always surpassed states. Hedley Bull oncedefined "diplomacy” as "the conduct of...

"In a system of states, the use of force generally discriminates between peace and war. Yet, international politics often takes place in a gray region involving no-peace and no-war, wherein the threat of violence – more than its mere application – is the critical variable for and understanding of interstate relations and crises.”1 The unique character of this variable makes it both a...

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