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Home Browse Books Book details, Diplomacy and Its Discontents. In 1965 I was invited to give the Alan B. Plaunt Memorial Lectures at Carleton University. Diplomacy and Its Discontents. The audiences are usually of a kind not very appreciative of detailed scholarly exposition. They usually include a large number of senior government people.
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Diplomacy and its Discontents. Publisher: University of Toronto Press. All three parts of the book hold to a single theme – the decay of diplomatic method
Diplomacy and its Discontents. Print ISBN: 9780802061218, 0802061214. All three parts of the book hold to a single theme – the decay of diplomatic method. In the incisive prose characteristic of all Eayrs' writing, these discourses present a convincing view of the tragi-comedy of foreign affairs. The general reader and the student of politics and international affairs will find this a perceptive analysis of statecraft, full of insights into the workings of government. eISBN: 978-1-4426-3174-8.
James Eayrs is a keen and articulate observer of international politics. His incisive critiques of the moral turpitude and inefficiency of the diplomatic profession in Right and Wrong in Foreign Policy and Fate and Will in Foreign Policy provoked unflattering attention and attempts at rebuttal by the statesmen and politicians who shape our foreign policy. Please find details to our shipping fees here. University of toronto press. RRP: Recommended Retail Price. Recommend to Librarian. More option. verview.
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