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This website titled www.diplomcy.net.in is the official website of the National Institute of Diplomacy (NID) established in the year 1985 and inaugurated by the then Union Minister for External Affairs Shri Bali Ram Bhagat on 14 November 1985 on the auspicious occasion of the Birth Anniversary of the First Prime Minister of India.

The main activities of National Institute of Diplomacy (NID) since its inception has been based on studies, training and research for understanding the relationships among all countries and the roles of the States, Inter-Governmental Organisations (IGOs), International Non-Governmental Organisations (INGOs), Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs), and the Multi-National Corporations (MNCs). The NID endorses the view that fields of Diplomacy as well as International Relations are both an Academic as well as a Public Policy field and can be either positive or normative as it both seeks to analyse and formulate the foreign policy of the particular country.

According to the NID, the fields of Diplomacy and International Relations draw upon such diverse areas as economics, history, international law, philosophy, geography, social work, sociology, anthropology, criminology, psychology, women’s studies / gender studies, and cultural studies. They involve a diverse range of issues including globalisation, state sovereignty, international security, ecological sustainability, nuclear proliferation, nationalism, economic development, global finance, terrorism, organised crime, human security, foreign interventionism and human rights.

The ability to practice diplomacy is one of the defining elements of a country. Diplomacy has been practiced since the inception of civilisation. Real world diplomatic relations are very different from intellectual debate in the academic world where an issue is debated on the merit of the arguments and negotiations make a deal by splitting the difference. Though diplomatic agreement can sometimes be reached among liberal democratic nations by appealing to higher principles, most real world diplomacy has traditionally been heavily influenced by hard power. Ancient India with its kingdoms and dynasties had a long traditions of diplomacy. The oldest treatise on statecrafts and diplomacy is attributed to Chanakya who was the principal advisor to Chandragupt Maurya the founder of the Maurya dynasty.

The idea behind bringing out research publications on diplomacy under the aegis of NID is to strengthen the knowledge of all those working or intending to work in different international, transnational, regional, inter-governmental organisations besides the external affairs ministries of different governments for taking care of the psychological factors in international relations, bureaucratic politics, religious, ethnic and secessionist groups, international political economy and culturology

 

Books and Encyclopaedias

Following are the books and encyclopaedias related to diplomacy and allied subjects : Comments (7)

Viewing the encouraging recognition of the inter-disciplinary nature of the study of international humanitarian laws, anti-terror laws, trafficking abatement, diplomacy, peace and global security, international relations, disarmament studies etc. the National Institute of Diplomacy (NID) has decided to bring out the following books and encyclopaedias related to diplomacy and allied subjects : 

Viewing the encouraging recognition of the inter-disciplinary nature of the study of international humanitarian laws, anti-terror laws, trafficking abatement, diplomacy, peace and global security, international relations, disarmament studies etc. the National Institute of Diplomacy (NID) has decided to bring out the following books and encyclopaedias related to diplomacy and allied subjects : 

1.      History of Diplomacy

2.      Types of Diplomacy

3.      Foreign Policy

4.      Diplomatic Resolution of Problems

5.      International Organisations

6.      International Law

7.      International Relations

8.      Globalisation and the World Economy

9.      International Development and Human Security

10.    Source of International Law

11.    Public International Law

12. Supranational Law

13. International Humanitarian Law

14. International Relations Concepts

15. International Relations Theories

16. Systemic Tools of International Relations

17. Diplomatic Studies

18. International Political Economy

19. International Political Culturology

20. Introduction to South Asian Studies

21. Indo-Pak Relations

22. Indo-Nepal Relations

23. Indo-Bhutan Relations

24. Indo-Bangladesh Relations

25. Indo-Sri Lanka Relations

26. Indo-Afghanistan Relations

27. Indo-Maldives Relations

28. SAARC and its Activities

29. UN Guidelines on Terrorism

30. UN Conventions on Terrorism

31. Regional Conventions on Terrorism

32. Anti-Terror Laws in Asian Countries

33. Anti-Terror Laws in USA and Canada

34. Anti-Terror Laws in European Countries

35. Anti-Terror Laws in Pacific Countries

36. Anti-Terror Laws in African Countries

37. Introduction to Trafficking

38. Trafficking in Human Beings

39. Drug Addiction and Drug Abuse

40. Illegal Drug Trade

41. Drug Trafficking and Human Rights

42. Global Impacts of Trafficking

43. Global Terrorism

44. Funding of Terrorist Activities

45. Political Ethics and Trafficking Abatement

 

All those interested in having these publications or willing to participate for further  collaborative efforts may contact :

The Chairman
National Institute of Diplomacy (NID)  
A 15, Paryavaran Complex
New Delhi – 110030

Tel. : +91-11-29533801, Fax : +91-11-29533514

Email :
diplomacy@ecology.edu

Website : www.diplomacy.net.in

 

 

 

Contact Us

The Chairman
National Institute of Diplomacy (NID)  
A 15, Paryavaran Complex
New Delhi – 110030

Tel. : +91-11-29533801
Fax : +91-11-29533514

Email : diplomacy@ecology.edu
Website :
www.diplomacy.net.in

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