Diplomatic Systems (Online Module)
Through this module students will learn about the conditions in which diplomacy is stimulated and the nature of different diplomatic systems that arise as a result of variations in these conditions. Students will also study historical and contemporary case studies from Byzantium to Ancient Greece and from the French system to a transatlantic system of diplomacy.
All modules are subject to availability and are subject to change from session to session.
Anderson, M. S., The Rise of Modern Diplomacy, 1450-1919 (1993)
Berridge, G. R., Diplomacy: Theory and practice, 3rd ed. (2005), Intro.