New Podcast: Being “Good” at Diplomacy
Is there such a thing as being “good” at diplomacy? And other than breaking into war, what does “bad” diplomatic practice look like? Apparently, there are plenty of evidence to showcase this, especially through practice.
In this special podcast, Talyn Rahman-Figueroa (CEO) has an open conversation about the practices of diplomacy with Dr Paul Clark, Acting Chair of Grassroot Diplomat who served as a British politician and government minister for 18 years.
Grassroot Diplomat Talks is the monthly podcast produced by Grassroot Diplomat, discussing the practices of diplomacy and international relations in today's modern world. Further information can be found on: www.grassrootdiplomat.org
In case you missed our past podcasts...
Episode #1 - Limitations to Joining the Diplomatic Foreign Service
Episode #2 - Self Development in Diplomacy and International Relations
Episode #3 - Diplomats in the Private Sector
Episode #4 - Alternate Routes to Diplomacy
Episode #5 - National Versus Ethnic Loyalty in Diplomacy
Episode #6 - Food Diplomacy is Served
Episode #7 - Video-game Diplomacy from Overwatch to Street Fighter
Episode #8 - Women in Diplomacy
Episode #9 - Innovations in Diplomacy and International Relations
Episode #10 - Where are you REALLY from? Exclusive DNA Reveal
Episode #11 - Unification through Sports Diplomacy
Episode #12 - Shithole Countries?
Episode #13 - Blurred Line of Public Diplomacy and Propaganda
Episode #14 - Ambassador Wonder Woman
Episode #15 - Passport Privilege and the Right to National Identity
Episode #16 - What is Panda Diplomacy?
Episode #17 - Effectiveness of Celebrity Diplomacy
Episode #18 - Ooh La La, Diplomatic Planner
Episode #19 - Am I born to REALLY change the world?
Episode #20 - Personal Branding in Diplomacy
Episode #21 - Footsteps of a Government Minister
Episode #22 - Preparing Diplomats for Brexit
Episode #23 - Misconceptions of Diplomatic Immunity
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