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Diplomacy

Different forms and purposes of diplomacy.

Diplomacy,The purpose of diplomacy

 One of the oldest applied sciences in the world is diplomacy. It is not possible to say exactly how Kahn originated diplomatic activity in human history. However, the origin and development of diplomatic tactics in ancient Greece, Rome, India, China, Egypt, etc. have no respite.

For example, the Vedas, the Ramayana and the Mahabharata can be mentioned. The fire at Rick Ved has been described as the protector of the link between heaven and of death. Hanuman and Angad are seen in Ramayana and in the Mahabharata, Shri Krishna and Sanjay are seen performing the task.

 Many aspects of Kautilya's 'economics' diplomacy have been discussed. Ancient Byzantine Empire diplomacy gained special importance. However, in the modern sense, the application of diplomacy is seen in the civilian states of Italy.


Definition of Diplomacy: -

There is no universal definition of diplomacy. So the word is used in many ways. In commenting on this, Harold Wilson says that "diplomacy" never refers to foreign policy, Sometimes or as a synonym for negotiation, sometimes, or as a means of negotiation.

Harold Nicholson has shown that the word 'diplomacy' can be seen in five ways. 1)Foreign policy, 2) Mediation, 3)Through mediation, 4) Foreign Office Employees, 5) Clever tactics.

According to various political scientists, diplomacy means ---- In the broadest sense diplomacy refers to foreign policy and its application. In a practical sense, diplomacy is the act of communication between different governments. True diplomacy is the process by which foreign policy is implemented.

In other words, diplomacy is the application of tactics and intelligence in international politics for negotiation, business production and negotiation. But diplomacy, in a particular sense, is the least valuable of a political environment with the potential for war The exchange refers to the strategy of negotiating for the most part in negotiations.

 So, to make the connection between the various independent and sovereign state governments effective, Diplomacy is one of the processes and institutional arrangements for conducting dialogue between different governments and implementing foreign policy.

Different forms of diplomacy: -


Diplomacy can be divided into two main categories: A) Secret diplomacy  B) public diplomacy Or former diplomacy.

Secret diplomacy refers to diplomacy, where the subject and outcome of negotiations between different states is kept secret. Even so, secret diplomacy is an attempt to keep the terms of the agreement or the contents of the agreement between two or more states public.

Until the First World War, secret diplomacy was especially important Would have followed. Proponents of such diplomacy believed that protecting privacy in the diplomatic field, such as balancing power, At the same time, such diplomacy gives stability to the international system. But after World War I, special emphasis was placed on public diplomacy rather than on secret diplomacy.

Public diplomacy gained special popularity after World War I, instead of secret diplomacy. 1918 Of the year 8 In January, US President Widro Wilson approached Congress 14 The clause demanded, in its first point, a strong statement against public diplomacy.

Widro Wilson blamed covert diplomacy as the cause of World War I. So he is publicly known as the father of diplomacy.

Negotiations on diplomatic matters and the results of the terms of the agreement signed are publicly disclosed in any state,  Then he called it public diplomacy. Learn to share their views on the matter, as the public can skin it in such a way that diplomacy is conducted in public.

Purpose of diplomacy: -

Diplomacy is one of the tools of the actual implementation of foreign policy. Diplomacy has a variety of objectives. Its first and foremost objective is political. Each state receives diplomatic assistance to maintain its political independence and solidarity.

It is the duty of diplomacy to keep the country's economic interests fully protected in the international field. Even by exchanging cultural sentiments, diplomacy engages the ears of foreigners to highlight the image of the country.

Again Reducing the ideological gap between the two countries is considered a diplomatic goal to build friendship between them.



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