66 Int'l J. 527 (2010-2011)
The Future of Diplomacy

handle is hein.journals/intj66 and id is 545 raw text is: Ole Jacob Sending,
Vincent Pouliot, &
Iver B. Neumann
The future of
Changing practices, evolving relationships
As we enter the 21st century, everybody seems to agree that diplomacy is
changing and yet few people can specify exactly how or where it is heading.
Since its very inception, International journal has been a key forum for such
discussions. A 1998 exchange between Paul Sharp and Andrew Cooper, for
example, gave new scholarly prominence to the ways in which, and degrees
to which, state-to-state diplomacy was being challenged by new actors.'
This has remained a core question in debates about the changing faces
of diplomacy ever since. In this issue of I], we seek to contribute to the
Ole Jacob Sending is senior researcher and head of the Centre for Global
Governance at the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs. Vincent Pouliot
is assistant professor in the department of political science at McGill University
and associate director of the Centre for International Peace and Security Studies.
Iver B. Neumann is professor and research director at the Norwegian Institute
of International Affairs and adjunct professor in international relations at the
Norwegian University of Life Sciences.
1 Paul Sharp, Who needs diplomats? The problems of diplomatic representation,
International journal 52, no. 4 (autumn 1997): 609-32; Andrew F. Cooper, Beyond
representation, Internationaljournal 53, no. 1 (winter 19977-78): 173-78.

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