7 black & white tables, 8 black & white line drawings
Corneliu Bjola, Stuart Murray
Table Of Contents
Introduction: The Theory and Practice of Secret Diplomacy, Corneliu Bjola Part I: Conceptualising Secret Diplomacy 1. Secret 'versus' open diplomacy across the ages, Stuart Murray 2. Making Sense of Secret Diplomacy from the Late Moderns to the Present, Paul Sharp 3. The Social Neuroscience of Secrets in Secret Diplomacy: Theorizing Secrecy Diplomacy, Marcus Holmes 4. Back to the Back Room: Concert Diplomacy and Crisis Management from Vienna to Tehran, Kursten Jung Part II: Contexts of Secret Diplomacy 5. Diplomacy, Secrecy and the Law, Sanderijn Duquet and Jan Wouters 6. Open Secrecy, Anthony Glees 7. The Ethics of Secret Diplomacy: A Contextual Approach, Corneliu Bjola Part III: Cases of Secret Diplomacy 8. Gripengate: when the worlds of secret and public diplomacy collide, James Pamment 9. Public Manifestations of Back-Channel Diplomacy: The Case of the 2013 Iranian Nuclear Agreement, David Wong De-Wei 10. Cyber-Intelligence and Diplomacy: The Secret Link, Ashley Coward and Corneliu Bjola Conclusion: So, does secret diplomacy still 'work'?, Stuart Murray
Corneliu Bjola is Associate Professor in Diplomatic Studies, University of Oxford, UK, and author/editor of four previous books, including, most recently, Digital Diplomacy (Routledge 2015). Stuart Murray is Senior Lecturer in International Relations and Diplomacy, Bond University, Australia, and Associate Editor of the Diplomacy and Foreign Policy Journal.