Roma Diplomacy

Roma Diplomacy Author Valeriu Nicolae
ISBN-10 1932716335
Release 2007
Pages 261
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Roma Diplomacy is an anthology of papers written or inspired by the DiploFoundation's 2005?2006 Roma Diplomacy project, aimed at facilitating the creation of Roma ?public diplomats? with the ability to bridge the gap between Roma civil society and governments/European Union institutions. The papers in this volume cover a wide range of topics?from a consideration of what the term Roma Diplomacy means to research aimed at promoting awareness of the situation of Roma in different regions and countries. Many of the papers offer recommendations for policymakers, providing a strong starting point for the emergence of a Roma ?think tank, ? one of the long-term goals of the Roma Diplomacy project.



Intercultural Communication and Diplomacy

Intercultural Communication and Diplomacy Author Hannah Slavik
ISBN-10 9789993253082
Release 2004
Pages 451
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Diplomats and Diplomacy in the Roman World

Diplomats and Diplomacy in the Roman World Author Claude Eilers
ISBN-10 9789004170988
Release 2009
Pages 254
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The Roman world was fundamentally a face-to-face culture, where it was expected that communication and negotiations would be done in person. This can be seen in Romea (TM)s contacts with other cities, states, and kingdoms a " whether dependent, independent, friendly or hostile a " and in the development of a diplomatic habit with its own rhythms and protocols that coalesced into a self-sustaining system of communication. This volume of papers offers ten perspectives on the way in which ambassadors, embassies, and the institutional apparatuses supporting them contributed to Roman rule. Understanding Roman diplomatic practices illuminates not only questions about Romea (TM)s evolution as a Mediterranean power, but can also shed light on a wide variety of historical and cultural trends. Contributors are: Sheila L. Ager, Alexander Yakobson, Filippo Battistoni, James B. Rives, Jean-Louis Ferrary, Martin Jehne, T. Corey Brennan, Werner Eck, and Rudolf Haensch.



Diplomacy in Renaissance Rome

Diplomacy in Renaissance Rome Author Catherine Fletcher
ISBN-10 9781107107793
Release 2015-10-31
Pages 280
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The first comprehensive study of Renaissance diplomacy for sixty years, focusing on Europe's most important political centre, Rome, between 1450 and 1530.



The gardens of diplomacy

The gardens of diplomacy Author Michela Pasquali
ISBN-10 UOM:39015059201049
Release 2003
Pages 176
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Architectural diplomacy

Architectural diplomacy Author Gil R. Smith
ISBN-10 UOM:39015029739300
Release 1993
Pages 367
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This detailed analysis of a large, unified body of student drawings from the first public competitions of the Accademia di San Luca, held between 1675 and 1700, brings to light a critical juncture in the Late Baroque. In Architectural Diplomacy, Gil Smith observes that at a time when building activity in Rome was greatly diminished, the Accademia became a successful laboratory of ideas where design methods, such as the productive fusing of French and Italian Baroque traditions, were tested for perhaps the first time before becoming common coin in eighteenth-century architecture. Smith uses these public competitions, held for the 25 years after the Accademia's union with the French academies, as evidence that the Accademia was of central importance to the architectural history of the Baroque. It was also a place where new typologies and design methods arising from exchanges between French and Roman architectural traditions could flourish, and an important source of inspiration for such prominent architects of the next century as J. B. Fischer von Erlach, Filippo Juvarra, and others who searched for a progressive, synthetic Baroque language. The drawings also provide a means of studying the influence of such teachers and architect-academicians as Mattia de Rossi and Carlo Fontana (two heirs of Bernini) on a generation of young architects. Smith points out that it was Fontana in particular who consciously pursued synthesis as design methodology in order to revitalize traditions of Roman architecture. Gil R. Smith is Associate Professor of Architecture at Ball State University.



Distaff Diplomacy

Distaff Diplomacy Author Nancy Nichols Barker
ISBN-10 UTEXAS:059173018265688
Release 1967
Pages 254
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War Diplomacy and the Rise of Savoy 1690 1720

War  Diplomacy and the Rise of Savoy  1690   1720 Author Christopher Storrs
ISBN-10 1139425196
Release 2000-01-13
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This book deals with the crucial relationship between war and state formation in early modern Europe by considering the role of the Duchy of Savoy and the rise of this hitherto weak state into one of the regular members of the anti-French coalitions of the eighteenth century. Through his participation in the Nine Years War (1688–97) and the War of the Spanish Succession (1701–14), Victor Amadeus II, duke of Savoy, acquired a reputation for unrivalled 'Machiavellian' diplomacy on the international stage. The book puts this diplomacy in context, and considers how the duke raised men and money (at home and abroad), the administrative changes forced by war, the resulting domestic pressures, and how these were dealt with.



Quiet Diplomacy in Action

Quiet Diplomacy in Action Author Walter A. Kemp
ISBN-10 UOM:39015053487214
Release 2001
Pages 396
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The role of NGOs



When All of Rome was Under Construction

 When All of Rome was Under Construction Author Dorothy Metzger Habel
ISBN-10 9780271055732
Release 2013
Pages 232
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"Analyzes the politics and economics of architecture and the building process in seventeenth-century Rome. Explores topics ranging from the financing of construction to the availability of materials and personnel"--Provided by publisher.



Ephesians Power and Magic

Ephesians  Power and Magic Author Clinton E. Arnold
ISBN-10 0521362369
Release 1989-02-23
Pages 244
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Diplomacy on the Edge

Diplomacy on the Edge Author Geert-Hinrich Ahrens
ISBN-10 9780801885570
Release 2007-03-06
Pages 672
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Geert-Hinrich Ahrens tells about the international efforts to mediate the political, economic, and social climate of the countries of the former Yugoslavia in 1991--2004 when some of the struggles were deadly.



Papal Diplomacy in the Modern Age

Papal Diplomacy in the Modern Age Author Peter C. Kent
ISBN-10 0275944417
Release 1994-01-01
Pages 288
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Examines the nature of the Papacy's involvement in the political and diplomatic issues of the modern world.



The Papacy in the Age of Totalitarianism 1914 1958

The Papacy in the Age of Totalitarianism  1914 1958 Author John Pollard
ISBN-10 9780191026584
Release 2014-10-30
Pages 576
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The Papacy in the Age of Totalitarianism, 1914-1958 examines the most momentous years in papal history. Popes Benedict XV (1914-1922), Pius XI (1922-1939), and Pius XII (1939-1958) faced the challenges of two world wars and the Cold War, and threats posed by totalitarian dictatorships like Italian Fascism, German National Socialism, and Communism in Russia and China. The wars imposed enormous strains upon the unity of Catholics and the hostility of the totalitarian regimes to Catholicism lead to the Church facing persecution and martyrdom on a scale similar to that experienced under the Roman Empire and following the French Revolution. At the same time, these were years of growth, development, and success for the papacy. Benedict healed the wounds left by the 'modernist' witch hunt of his predecessor and re-established the papacy as an influence in international affairs through his peace diplomacy during the First World War. Pius XI resolved the 'Roman Question' with Italy and put papal finances on a sounder footing. He also helped reconcile the Catholic Church and science by establishing the Pontifical Academy of Sciences and took the first steps to move the Church away from entrenched anti-Semitism. Pius XI continued his predecessor's policy of the 'indigenisation' of the missionary churches in preparation for de-colonisation. Pius XII fully embraced the media and other means of publicity, and with his infallible promulgation of the Assumption in 1950, he took papal absolutism and centralism to such heights that he has been called the 'last real pope'. Ironically, he also prepared the way for the Second Vatican Council.



Transactions American Philosophical Society vol 72 Part 4 1982

Transactions  American Philosophical Society  vol  72  Part 4  1982 Author
ISBN-10 1422374734
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The Stakes of Diplomacy

The Stakes of Diplomacy Author Walter Lippmann
ISBN-10 9781351473477
Release 2017-07-05
Pages 255
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Walter Lippmann is arguably the most influential journalist in American history. From the time of Woodrow Wilson to the time of Lyndon Johnson, what Walter Lippmann said mattered. His word was valued because of his exceptional capacity for analysis, and because he had the rare ability to make complex ideas and problems manageable and understandable. Lippmann combined the practical and the theoretical and saw them as inseparable. He savored the life of the mind and relished the arena of politics. He was political philosopher, social commentator, political advisor, and activist-intellectual. As the country grappled with an impressive influx of European ideas and with the threatening press of European problems, so did Lippmann. Like President Wilson, he came to believe that the condition of the modern world required that America either act or be acted upon. New methods of communication and propaganda meant that ideas contrary to America's would be widely heard. Reformed liberalism and the projection of that liberalism into a troubled world were the best hedge against totalitarian schemes and imperialist aggression. The Stakes of Diplomacy resulted from Lippmann's assignment by Wilson's Secretary of War Baker, to a project for studying possible terms of peace and ways to influence the world in a liberal-democratic direction. The Stakes of Diplomacy ends both with admiration for the peaceful nature of democracies and a plea for their further influence in the world, and with an understanding that democracy's influence will depend partly upon its physical might and geopolitical collaboration. Lippmann stands as a prominent figure in America's twentieth-century quest for power with honor. He concludes this volume with the warning that there is no safe way and no morally feasible way to turn back from our dangerous mission: "Unless the people who are humane and sympathetic, the people who wish to live and let live, are masters of the situation, the world faces an indefinite vista of conquest and terror."



Global Religions and International Relations A Diplomatic Perspective

Global Religions and International Relations  A Diplomatic Perspective Author P. Ferrara
ISBN-10 9781137400826
Release 2013-12-03
Pages 127
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With a religious re-emergence in international relations, this book provides an introduction to the role religions play within the global political arena. Culled from theoretical, practical, and real-world experiences, Ferrara explains the role religion now plays in global affairs on diplomatic and political levels.