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Diplomacy (Theory and Practice)

P.B. Rathod (Author)
Synopsis Diplomacy is one of the important branch of International Relations. It is one of the Instruments of foreign policy Foreign relations are conducted through the means of diplomacy. It is a well-developed discipline. Every developed and developing nation is a laboratory in itself, where the effectiveness and application of diplomacy can be tested and the results verified. This book covers various important topics such as meaning, scope and importance of diplomacy, its objectives, evolution of diplomacy, diplomatic rules and procedures. Thus, the book diplomacy (Theory and Practice) has acquired new colour, vigour and dimensions in academic analysis and research.
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About the author

P.B. Rathod

Dr. P.B. Rathod (born on May 5, 1958) has consistently good academic record. He did his B.A. from Karnatak University Dharwad in 1980 and M.A. (Political Science) from Gulbarga University Gulbarga (Karnataka)in 01982. He also did his Ph.D. from Gulbarga University in 1998. On Development Administration. He is continuously engaged in research pursuits. His several research Papers/ Articles have also been Published in reputed Journals. He is a life member of the Indian Institute of Public Administration New Delhi. He has actively participated in various seminars, workshops and summer institute. Presently he is one of the staff of the Post-graduate Department of Political Science Gulbarga University. He has 16 years of teaching experience of M.A. classes.

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Bibliographic information

Title Diplomacy (Theory and Practice)
Author P.B. Rathod
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2004
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher ABD Publishers
Language: English
isbn 8189011030
length xii+181p., Bibliography; 23cm.