City Diplomacy - Current Trends and Future Prospects
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This edited volume provides an inclusive explanation of what, why, and how cities interact with global counterparts as well as with nation states, non-governmental organizations, and foreign publics. The chapters present theoretical and analytical approaches to the study of city diplomacy as well as case studies to capture the nuances of the practice. By bringing together a diverse group of authors in terms of their geographic location, academic and practitioner backgrounds, the volume speaks to multiple disciplines, including diplomacy, political science, communication, sociology, marketing and tourism.
Presents theoretical and analytical approaches to city diplomacy
Explains how and why cities interact with their global counterparts as well as nation states, non-governmental organizations, and foreign publics, and what allows them to do so
Explores diplomacy through case studies, diverse, global perspectives, and interdisciplinary practices
Sohaela Amiri is Pardee RAND Graduate School (PRGS) Fellow at the RAND Corporation, USA.