Economic Diplomacy and Foreign Policy-making , Charles Chatterjee

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-About this book

This book aims to identify what components are needed for economic diplomacy in today’s rapidly changing world, looking at the nature, focus and tenets of economic diplomacy, and the differences between economic diplomacy and commercial diplomacy. Further, it considers the new kind of diplomacy that will be required for emerging markets, in contrast to maintaining the traditional techniques used for economic diplomacy between states. The author emphasises the negotiating techniques necessary for successfully engaging in economic diplomacy in the current diplomatic atmosphere. Importantly, it also discusses how to pursue economic diplomacy at international fora and with regard to private foreign investments. Lastly, it addresses the role of non-governmental organisations in economic diplomacy. Given its scope, the book will benefit not only practicing diplomats, but also graduate students.

-Contents

1 The Nature of Economic Diplomacy and Foreign Policy-Making

2 The Focus of Economic Diplomacy Foreign Policy-Making

2.​1 Introduction

2.​2 A Brief Examination and Analysis of the Documents

2.​2.​1 The Charter of Economic Rights and Duties of States, 1974

2.​3 The Doha Development Round

2.​4 A Brief Examination of the Doha Ministerial Declaration, 2001

2.​5 Conclusions

3 The Tenets of Economic Diplomacy and Foreign Policy-Making

3.​1 Introduction

3.​2 The Principal Tenets of Economic Diplomacy

3.​2.​1 Reciprocity

3.​2.​2 A Meaningful Co-operation?​

3.​2.​3 Resolution of Issues and Matters of “International Concern”

3.​3 Development of Framework Law

3.​3.​1 The UN Code of Conduct on Transnational Corporations

3.​4 Conclusions

4 The Boundaries of Economic Diplomacy and Foreign Policy-Making

4.​1 Introduction

4.​2 The Charter of Economic Rights and Duties of States, 1974

4.​3 The Nature of Economic Rights and Duties of States

4.​4 Conclusions

5 Economic Diplomacy and Commercial Diplomacy

5.​1 Introduction

5.​2 Examining the Differences Between Economic Diplomacy and Commercial Diplomacy

5.​3 Challenges for Developing Sending and Receiving

States

5.​4 Conclusions

6 Emerging Markets and Diplomacy

6.​1 Introduction

6.​2 The General Characteristics of Emerging Economies and Economic Diplomacy

6.​3 Certain Emerging Market Profiles

6.​3.​1 Brazil

6.​3.​2 China

6.​3.​3 India

6.​4 Comments

6.​5 The Nature of Competitiveness Between the Traditionally Rich Economies and the Emergent Economies

6.​6 Should Emerging Economies Be Westernised or Modernised?​

6.​7 Emerging Markets and Diplomacy

6.​8 Conclusions

7 The Changing Pattern of International Economic Diplomacy

8 Negotiating Techniques in Economic Diplomacy

8.​1 Introduction

8.​2 Bi-lateral Investments

8.​3 Trade

8.​4 What Should Be Considered by a Trader Prior to Its Being Engaged in Countertrade?​

8.​5 The Most Popular Types of Countertrade

8.​5.​1 Counterpurchase

8.​5.​2 Barter

8.​5.​3 Buy-Back

8.​6 Conclusions

9 Economic Diplomacy in Crisis

9.​1 Introduction

9.​2 Analysing the Correlation Between the New Issues and the Need for an Informed and Dynamic Nature of Economic Diplomacy

9.​3 The Qualities of a Good Negotiator in Economic Diplomacy

9.​3.​1 Stage I

9.​3.​2 Stage II

9.​3.​3 Stage III

9.​3.​4 Stage IV

9.​4 Conclusions

10 International Trade Practice

10.​1 Introduction

10.​2 A Brief Analysis of the Growth and Development of the Internationalisa​tion of Trade

10.​3 A Critical Examination of the MFN System

10.​4 Conclusions

11 Economic Diplomacy at International Fora

11.​1 Introduction

11.​2 Economic Diplomacy at an International Level

11.​3 Preparation for Economic Diplomacy at an International Level

11.​4 How Economic Diplomacy at an International Level Fails

11.​5 The Role of Developing Countries in Strengthening Economic Diplomacy

11.​6 Conclusions

12 Economic Diplomacy and Private Foreign Investment

12.​1 Introduction

12.​2 Economic Diplomacy and Risks in Private Foreign Investments

12.​3 Economic Diplomacy for Encouragement of Private Foreign Investment

12.​4 A Critical Examination of Certain Selected Bi-Lateral Investment Treaties

12.​5 An Examination of Certain Selected Bi-Lateral Investment Treaties

12.​5.​1 The Agreement Between the Government of the Kingdom of Denmark and the Government of the Russian Federation Concerning the Promotion and Reciprocal Protection of Investments, 1996

12.​5.​2 Agreement Between the Government of Mongolia and the Government of the Kingdom of Denmark Concerning the Promotion and Reciprocal Protection of Investments

12.​5.​3 Agreement Between the Government of the Republic of Korea and the Government of the Republic of the Philippines for the Promotion and Protection of Investments, 1994

12.​5.​4 Agreement Between the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the Government of the Oriental Republic of Uruguay for the Promotion and Protection of Investments, 1991

12.​6 Comments

12.​7 Conclusions

13 Developing Countries and Economic Diplomacy

14 The Role of Non-Governmental Organisations in Economic Diplomacy

14.​1 Introduction

14.​2 A Brief Account of the Historical Growth and Development of Non-Governmental Organisations

14.​2.​1 National Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs)

14.​3 Non-Governmental and Inter-Governmental Organisations Engaged in Transnational Activities and Their Impact on International Economic Diplomacy

14.​4 Challenges to Be Met by NGOs

14.​5 NGOs’ Scope and Method of Work

14.​6 Conclusions

Conclusions

Bibliography and Additional Reading

Index

Caractéristiques

Date de parution :9 juillet 2021

Éditeur ‏ : ‎ Palgrave Macmillan

Langue ‏ : ‎ Anglais

N.B de pages ‏ : ‎ 220 pages

ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 3030490491

ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-3030490492

Poids de l’article ‏ : ‎ 240 g

Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 14.81 x 1.27 x 21.01 cm

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