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The SAGE instruction manual of international relations offers a big thematic evaluate of international relations and its research that is theoretically and historically trained and in sync with the present and destiny wishes of diplomatic practice . unique contributions from a super staff of world specialists are organised into 4 thematic sections:

  • Section One: Diplomatic options & Theories
  • Section : Diplomatic Institutions
  • Section 3: Diplomatic Relations
  • Section 4: different types of Diplomatic Engagement

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