This subject examines the tension between Eastern and Western diplomatic cultures especially in the 21st century. Historically Asian & Western nations have shared a common problem: appropriate cultural responses to changing international environments that have resulted in distinct diplomatic styles. The aim here is to familiarise students with the points of convergence and divergence of Western and Eastern diplomacy and political economy through case study methodology.
|Faculty||Faculty of Society & Design|
|Study abroad||Available to Study Abroad students|
1. Demonstrate ability to critically analyse and evaluate the merit of ideas and arguments, to reason and think logically, and to express views in both oral and written form using concise, coherent and grammatically-sound prose.
2. Display knowledge and understanding of diplomacy and negotiation methods and protocol and an understanding of the intercultural competencies underpinning these within a multilateral context.
3. Demonstrate a familiarity and practical experience in communicating and writing for a professional context, including in the development and presentation of briefing reports, meeting agendas minutes, official statements and communiques.
No prior knowledge required.