|Name||What Happened To Diplomacy? --- Allan Gyngell|
Allan Gyngell argues that as a nation, we have failed to focus on diplomacy in recent years. As new challenges to national security preoccupied governments and commentators around the world, it seemed to fall out of fashion as a subject for debate. In this address, Allan Gyngell argues that this is changing. The challenges of the century’s next decades will require more diplomacy and in fresh forms. He also questions whether Australian diplomacy has its own distinctive characteristics and what this means for the task ahead.
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|Created On:||16/05/2012 10:43|