Diplomatic style as foreign policy insight : a case study of South Korea
Diplomatic style is problematic. In academic research it is dismissed, misconstrued, treated perfunctorily, or wholly absented. Despite substantial expansion in the field of diplomatic studies, it has attracted scant attention. Yet, practitioners maintain a faith-like confidence in it. They allude to its importance in memoirs and instructional texts, and assume it gives them an advantage over scholars in analyzing foreign policy. For scholars and analysts, this raises the question, does...[Show more]
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