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Science Diplomacy and Global Challenges

Foreign Policy
International Relations
Knowledge
Higher Education
P360
Mitchell Young
Charles University
Mitchell Young
Charles University

Tuesday 09:00 - 10:45 (25/08/2020)


Abstract

Science Diplomacy is gaining traction as both an academic concept and a term of practice in foreign policy. This panel will focus on global challenges as unique sites of science diplomacy which demand engagement by scientists, diplomats, and policymakers and politicians on multiple levels. Papers in this panel may choose to focus on a single global challenge or approach them comparatively in terms of their multi-actor and multi-level governance dimensions.

Title Details
Knowledge as Power: Global Challenges and the Development of European Foreign Policy View Paper Details
Application of Science Diplomacy for Regulation of Genome Editing View Paper Details
The Promotion of European Studies in China. A Case of European Soft Diplomacy? View Paper Details
Goals, Actors and Governance of Science Diplomacy: the Case of Science and Innovation Centers View Paper Details