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Diplomacy: Theory and Practice – G. R. Berridge – Google Books
Gladys Moyo rated it it was amazing Mar 10, Very clearly written and easy to read, but a little too brief for any real use. It is a book on the processes and procedures of the diplomatic art that focuses chiefly on the recent past but is rooted in history, and it draws on evidence and examples from across the world.
Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. Ana rated it it was amazing Mar 26, Preview — Diplomacy by Geoff Berridge. Helena rated it it practiec amazing Sep 13, Though the material is combed in an ordinary manner, and the writing never escapes from the prosaic, still, this is because the book A lot more could probably be said about this book, and perhaps a lot more deserves to be said.
Though the material is combed in an ordinary manner, and the writing never escapes from the prosaic, still, this is because the book intends to outline the art of diplomacy in a linear fashion.
Brian Lee rated it liked it Aug 06, The complaint charges mainly that the book is dull and its exposition makes points that are obvious. To ask other readers questions about Diplomacyplease sign up. Theor used this text as a main reference for my International Negotiations class in the College of International Relations, Lyceum of the Philippines during the First Semester Diplomacy provides an introduction to the origins and different ‘modes’ of diplomacy within the wider context of international politics and Even so, this uninspiring design is matched with an outlay of diplomacy that is uncommon to the subject.
Diplomacy: Theory and Practice
It’s well structured, easy to follow and has a list of further reading at the end of each chapter making it very easy to get more information about the specific topic if you’re interested. Return to Book Page.
Mixo rated it really liked it Oct 15, Berridge Snippet view – My library Help Advanced Book Search. I would go one step farther however and say that his examples begin to get repetitive since he borrows from the same set of events again and again. Dec 16, Jon rated it liked it. Diplomacy offers the most up-to-date information about the real-world practice of internat A completely revised and updated edition of the textbook on diplomatic theory and practice.
Jan 15, Chris Boer rated it liked it. Theory and Practice Geoff Berridge No preview available – Jun 09, Nesrin diplomscy it as to-read.
Essential reading for breridge and professionals alike. Theory and Practice 3. Raven rated it liked it Sep 15, Diplomacy provides an introduction to the origins and different ‘modes’ of diplomacy within the wider context of international politics and gives special attention to negotiation.
Richard rated it liked it Apr 18, Maximiliane Diesenberg rated it liked it Feb 13, The real counter charge against Berridge oractice that his analysis isn’t full; that he his design is too rigid; that he is guilty of major omissions; or that he has missed other subtleties or quirks of diplomacy. Well structured and clearly written book on diplimacy wide range of aspects of diplomacy. Nothing too special about the brief overview of common practices of diplomacy.
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Diplomacy: Theory and Practice – Geoff Berridge – Google Books
Berrudge List of Boxes. Introduction to Part I. Maurice rated it really liked it Oct 14, Refresh and try again. Standard work on diplomacy by a British professor. I’ve been able to find a lot of useful information in this book as well as by going through all the “further reading” when I needed it.