This book aims to identify what components are needed for economic diplomacy in today's rapidly changing world, looking at the nature, focus and tenets of economic diplomacy, and the differences between economic diplomacy and commercial diplomacy. Further, it considers the new kind of diplomacy that will be required for emerging markets, in contrast to maintaining the traditional techniques used for economic diplomacy between states. The author emphasises the negotiating techniques necessary for successfully engaging in economic diplomacy in the current diplomatic atmosphere. Importantly, it also discusses how to pursue economic diplomacy at international fora and with regard to private foreign investments. Lastly, it addresses the role of non-governmental organisations in economic diplomacy. Given its scope, the book will benefit not only practicing diplomats, but also graduate students. Professor Charles Chatterjee, LL.M. (Cambridge), LL.M., Ph.D. (London), Barrister, is an Associate Research Fellow at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, University of London. He has published books and articles on a variety of topics including diplomacy, private foreign investments, dispute settlement, banking, import-export trade, and public international law.
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Introduction to Economic Diplomacy and Foreign Policy-making The Nature of Economic Diplomacy and Foreign Policy-making The Focus of Economic Diplomacy and Foreign Policy-making The Tenets of Economic Diplomacy and Foreign Policy-making The Boundaries of Economic Diplomacy and Foreign Policy-making Economic Diplomacy and Commercial Diplomacy Emerging Markets and Diplomacy The Changing Pattern of International Economic Diplomacy Negotiating Techniques in Economic Diplomacy Economic Diplomacy in Crisis International trade practice Economic Diplomacy at International Fora Economic Diplomacy and Private Foreign Investment Developing Countries and Economic Diplomacy The Role of NGOs in Economic Diplomacy Conclusions.
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