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[WebDebate #7 summary] Gender and diplomatic training – towards better curricula and holistic approaches

Katharina Höne - 03 November 2016

Our WebDebate in November focused on the question: ‘What is needed for a curriculum on Gender and Diplomacy in diplomatic training academies?’ The debate produced the first building blocs for a curriculum and pil...


[WebDebate #6 summary] Key skills for the next generation of diplomats

Mina Mudrić - 19 October 2016

Our October WebDebate focused on the key skills that the next generation of diplomats needs in order to succeed in a changing world. While there seems to be a core and timeless skill-set for diplomats, an increasingl...


[WebDebate #5 summary] The art and science of negotiation training

Mina Mudrić - 19 September 2016

Can negotiation skills be taught? Some argue that they cannot; they are only acquired through practice. But while it is true that any skill is honed through deliberative practice, Prof. Raymond Saner, teacher of inter...


[WebDebate #4 summary] Can diplomacy be learned on-the-job only?

Mina Mudrić - 19 July 2016

Our July WebDebate focused on the question whether diplomacy could be learned through on the job training alone, and the dynamics between traditional training for diplomats and workplace learning. Our speakers, Dr ...


[WebDebate #3 summary] Is research on diplomacy relevant and useful?

Alan K. Henrikson - 19 June 2016

There is increasing interest among researchers of diplomacy in studying the field from various angles, from legal aspects and governance structures, to anthropological and cultural studies. Researchers often look at w...


[WebDebate #2 summary] Diplomatic training: combining tradition and innovation

Mina Mudrić - 19 May 2016

Diplomatic training has been transformed by technology: diplomats now have access to vast amounts of information and resources, and diplomatic training can be conducted online. Other aspects, such as new approaches in...


[WebDebate #1 summary] Bright future for diplomacy and need for changes in diplomatic services

DiploFoundation - 19 April 2016

The end of diplomacy has been pronounced many times in history. In 1850, when Lord Palmerston received the first telegraph, he exclaimed: ‘My God, this is the end of diplomacy!’ Diplomacy survived not only the inv...