Publications

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Digital Diplomacy, Conversations on Innovation in Foreign Policy by Andreas Sandre
by Andreas Sandre (with Introduction by Ambassador Tom Fletcher) (Author)

Digital Diplomacy, Conversations on Innovation in Foreign Policy by Andreas Sandre Through conversations with State Department officials, ambassadors, public relations executives, public policy experts, and academics, Digital Diplomacy explores what it means to be innovative in foreign policy and diplomacy.   Reviewed by Mabel González Bustelo, Global Policy Journal - 11th January 2016     ...

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Private Secretaries to the Prime Minister: Foreign Affairs from Churchill to Thatcher, ed. with Warr
by Warren Dockter (with contribution from Tom Fletcher) (Author)

Private Secretaries to the Prime Minister: Foreign Affairs from Churchill to Thatcher, ed. with Warren Dockter  The importance of the Prime Minister in British foreign policy decision-making has long been accepted by historians. However, whilst much attention has been given to high level contacts between leaders and to the roles played by the Premiers themselves, much less is known about the people advising and influencing them. In providing day-to-day assistance to the Prime Minister, the Private Secretary could wield significant influence in policy outcomes. This book examines the activities of those who advised Prime Ministers from Winston Churchill (1951-55) to Margaret Thatcher during her first administration (1979-83). Each individual chapter considers both British foreig ...

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Satow’s Guide to Diplomatic Practice 7th Edition (forthcoming, edited by Sir Ivor Roberts)
by Ivor Roberts (Ed), with contribution from Tom Fletcher (Author)

Satow’s Guide to Diplomatic Practice 7th Edition (edited by Sir Ivor Roberts) Satow's Diplomatic Practice is a classic work, first published 90 years ago and revised four times since. This is the first revised edition for thirty years, during which time the world and diplomacy have changed almost beyond recognition. The new edition provides an enlarged and updated section on the history of diplomacy and revises comprehensively the practice of diplomacy and the corpus of diplomatic and international law since the end of the Cold War. It traces the substantial expansion in numbers both of sovereign states and international and regional organisations and features detailed chapters on diplomatic privileges and immunities, diplomatic missions and consular matters. It also exami ...

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