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Science Diplomacy: Interfaces of Knowledge and Foreign Policy

Foreign Policy
International Relations
Public Policy
Knowledge
S333
Mitchell Young
Charles University
Pauline Ravinet
Institut d'Études Politiques de Lille
Pauline Ravinet
Institut d'Études Politiques de Lille

Building: (Building B) Faculty of Law, Administration & Economics , Floor: Ground floor, Room: 6

Thursday 15:50 - 17:30 (05/09/2019)


Abstract

Science is becoming of increasing interest to diplomats as global challenges demand scientific knowledge and scientists themselves have been drawn into many international negotiations. Papers on this panel will examine the interfaces which have arisen between scientists and diplomats and how those are affected by both politics and policy processes.

Title Details
Knowledge Power Europe: What Science Diplomacy Can Teach Us about the EU View Paper Details
Integrating Collaborative Research Programmes with Science Diplomacy in UK-ASEAN Relations View Paper Details
Science Diplomacy in Germany and Switzerland: Introducing and Comparing 'Science and Innovation Centres' as a Novel Policy Instrument View Paper Details
Science Diplomacy of Poland View Paper Details