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  • Institute for the Study of Diplomacy
    Professor in the Practice of Diplomacy effective July 1 2014 Ambassador Bodine s 33 year Foreign Service career was spent primarily in the Middle East with a focus on security and counterterrorism She served as U S Ambassador to Yemen from 1997 through much of2001 and also in Kuwait and Iraq In 1991 she received the Secretary of State s Award for Valor for her work in occupied Kuwait After leaving the Foreign Service Ambassador Bodine has been a Fellow at Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Visiting Professor at the University of California Santa Barbara Since 2007 she has been a Lecturer in Public and International Affairs and Director of the Scholars in the Nation s Service Initiative at the Woodrow Wilson School of Princeton University She is also a member of the Board of Directors of the American Academy of Diplomacy As Director of the School of Foreign Service s Institute for the Study of Diplomacy Ambassador Bodine will lead a program in research teaching and public outreach on the nature and conduct of diplomacy and as Distinguished Professor in the Practice of Diplomacy will teach students at both the graduate and undergraduate levels Ambassador Bodine says of her new role New international and domestic challenges new actors and new tools demand a new way for scholars and policy makers to think about and professionals to practice diplomacy Georgetown s School of Foreign Service and the Institute have been global leaders in the field of diplomacy since their founding and I am excited to be part of the effort to help shape the debate going forward James Reardon Anderson the acting Dean of the School of Foreign Service welcomed her stating that Ambassador Bodine s experience on the front lines of diplomacy s most challenging issues will help her shape the Institute s mission in the 21st century We are delighted to have her join us Points of Interest Kalev Leetaru Named Member of Global Agenda Council July 22 2014 Kalev Leetaru 2013 2014 Yahoo Fellow has been named as a Council Member of the World Economic Forum s Global Agenda Council on the Future of Government for the 2014 2016 term focusing on how governments are realizing that technology can act as an enabler to transform government processes enhancing the provision of public services and enabling higher productivity Learn More Diplomatic Interactions and Negotiations July 16 2014 Alisher Faizullaev a 2011 2012 Fulbright Visiting Scholar at ISD has written an article on multi actor negotiations Currently he is a professor at the University of World Economy and Diplomacy Uzbekistan This article examines the role of state actors organization agencies and individual agents in diplomatic interactions and negotiations States as diplomatic actors organizations as diplomatic agencies and individuals as diplomatic agents enter into complex and interdependent relationships Proposing a three level analysis of interstate interactions and diplomatic negotiations I argue that no diplomatic negotiation happens without interactions between parties at the state organizational and

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  • About the Institute | Institute for the Study of Diplomacy
    field of diplomacy which it broadly defines to include the whole of government The Institute focuses on the practice and process of diplomacy including negotiating building alliances expanding cooperation and influencing state and nonstate actors in a globalized environment that treats with new issues technologies conditions and actors ISD conducts its programs through a small staff and resident and nonresident associates Associates primarily U S and foreign government officials are detailed to or affiliated with the Institute for a year or more The Institute is open to and has and continues to seek and encourage world wide participation bridges the practitioner and academic domains and enriches Georgetown faculty and students and a global community of interested and engaged individuals from academia government business the media and nongovernmental organizations The Institute seeks to combine the best in practitioners approaches with the ongoing research and teaching of the Georgetown faculty across all elements of the University which touch on the broad work and scope of diplomacy and through it to benefit both graduates and undergraduates ISD staff and associates teach courses organize lectures and discussions mentor students and participate on university committees In addition ISD s Pew Case Studies in International Affairs are used in over 1 000 courses across the country and around the world Past and Current Chairs of the Board Purpose The elements contained in the Institute s founding document are as relevant today as they were in the 70s Increase knowledge of the whole diplomatic process i e the implementation of foreign policy in all the fields of action that are part of diplomacy Build a storehouse of hitherto unavailabe knowledge on which textbooks and case studies and other works can be written Bring together practitioners scholars and students so that broader concern may be considered by professional

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  • Academics | Institute for the Study of Diplomacy
    Apps Blackboard Directory Campus Map Directions Events Libraries GOCard Services Georgetown Management System You are here Home Academics Share Institute for the Study of Diplomacy Academics ISD in the Classroom Students can participate in Institute programs in a number of ways by enrolling in a course offered by an ISD staff member or associate by attending ISD seminars and conferences or by meeting with ISD staff and associates to discuss research and career interests Please note that the Institute does not provide certificate or degree programs Students interested in an undergraduate degree in the School of Foreign Service should contact the School directly As there are numerous graduate degrees offered in the School of Foreign Service our best advice is to review their homepage and contact the program that most suits your interest ISD courses by staff and associates make significant contributions to the School of Foreign Service Moreover and importantly these Institute professors bring to their classrooms and other SFS forums guest lecturers from government agencies and think tanks Along with individuals from the Washington DC community of diplomatic practitioners ISD associates supervise the year long research of seven Junior Fellows in Diplomacy under special endowments that support this

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  • Associates | Institute for the Study of Diplomacy
    domestic agencies that engage in international affairs ISD accepted applications of U S Army War College Fellows and U S Air Force National Defense Fellows In addition as the Soviet Union fell funds were raised to include diplomats from Hungary Poland and Czechoslovakia each for one year s residence Programs were established to invite diplomats from the Republic of China and for a time senior colonels from People s Liberation Army To date over 250 practitioners have served as Associates from Africa Asia Europe and South America When they conclude their terms the associates return to their professional lives and often rise to the highest levels Tatiana Gfoeller 2000 became U S Ambassador to Krygyzstan Cameron Munter 1991 became U S Ambassador to Serbia and then Pakistan Joseph Sullivan 1993 became U S Ambassador to Angola and Zimbabwe The number of foreign diplomats detailed to the Institute are too numerous to mention The list includes Mr Wang Yi class of 1998 is China s Foreign Minister and Riaz Mohammed Khan class of 1989 was Pakistan s Foreign Secretary The majority of diplomats from the Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs became ambassadors on their return to Korea Joong Keun Kim Singapore Myong Jin Kim Bulgaria Sang yoon Park Papua New Guinea Chong yul Kim Turkmenistan Hyung keun Park Ambassador at Large Young won Kim Ambassador to the Netherlands Ro byuk Park Ukraine and Kwon Sae young China The Work of Associates Associates generally engage in one of three program activities research and writing on subjects of interest to their home agency and the larger academic professional community teach an undergraduate or graduate course within the School of Foreign Service with classes based on their expertise and interest by students and conduct seminars or workshops either based on their research or assist

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  • Lectures and Events | Institute for the Study of Diplomacy
    Us Make a Gift Georgetown University About Admissions Financial Aid Academics Our Schools Research Campus Life News Services Email Google Apps Blackboard Directory Campus Map Directions Events Libraries GOCard Services Georgetown Management System You are here Home Lectures and Events Share Institute for the Study of Diplomacy Lectures and Events The Institute presents three endowed lecture programs that are open to the public The Trainor Award is presented annually to an outstanding American or foreign diplomat for distinction in the conduct of diplomacy The award is named for Raymon Jit Trainor for many years the registrar of the School of Foreign Service The Oscar Iden Lectures begun in 1976 are on American foreign policy and international diplomacy The lecture series commemorates the late Mr and Mrs Iden who provided the funds for the endowment The Wetinal Prize for Diplomatic Reporting is presented in the spring of the year Awards are given in two journalism categories broadcast and print and are based on work presented during a calendar year The Weintal trust also provides scholarships for graduate students in the Master of Science in Foreign Service program If you are interested in attending events of the Institute for the Study of

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  • Publications | Institute for the Study of Diplomacy
    News Services Email Google Apps Blackboard Directory Campus Map Directions Events Libraries GOCard Services Georgetown Management System You are here Home Publications Share Institute for the Study of Diplomacy Publications One of the principal elements included in the founding of the Institute for the Study of Diplomacy was to produce publications on the processes of diplomacy ISD publications should reflect the experience of diplomatic practitioners and the breadth of knowledge of the Georgetown University academic community Over the years this guiding principal has taken many forms in books published either by the Institute or with leading academic presses reports and papers based on research conducted by the staff associates or working groups created by the Institute and the case study in international affairs program Many of the ISD Books are available as free PDF files The books that are for sale will link to the Institute s e commerce website http www guisd org The Institute for the Study of Diplomacy is a leading proponent of case instruction in international affairs A teaching case is a story describing or based on actual events that justifies careful study and analysis by students In other words a teaching case is a story

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  • Research | Institute for the Study of Diplomacy
    is conducted by its staff and associates This research is supported by grants from corporations and foundations By Staff Staff research centers on fulfilling the ISD mission by building programmatic research connections between the Instiute the work of the faculty of the School of Foreign Service and the diplomatic practitioner community By Associates Associate research is focused on the expertise of the individual while advancing the study in diplomatic practice Examples of published work can be found on the Institute s website under Publications The most recent example is a report on Diplomacy Development and Security in the Information Age These themes and more are explored in a collection of essays edited by Shanthi Kalathil Featuring contributions on issues ranging from cybersecurity to diplomacy and fragile states the book points toward a foreign policy strategy of resilience credibility and adaptability for harnessing opportunities in the information age A book launch was sponsored by the New America Foundation The panel discussion with Lorelei Kelly Gerald Hyman Joseph Siegle and Jim Herlong was videotaped Yahoo Fellowship An additional opportunity for an annual research appointment is through the Yahoo grant to the Georgetown University Master of Science in Foreign Service program with its

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  • Training | Institute for the Study of Diplomacy
    global arenas Drawing on a group of international experts including Georgetown faculty and former and serving diplomats ISD designs and delivers short term training programs that respond to the diverse needs of diplomatic practitioners ISD s training programs develop and expand diplomatic skills and capacities and deepen international affairs knowledge for foreign policy professionals The Institute also trains Georgetown students in negotiation decision making and crisis management through simulations Negotiation and Decision Making Training On Saturday January 25 the Institute for the Study of Diplomacy held a simulation entitled Afghanistan 2015 Chaos in Kabul for the Georgetown Global Human Development program Twenty one graduate students participated representing the Afghan government the Taliban Afghan civil society Iran Pakistan the United States the United Nations and an international NGO The main goals of the exercise are to help participants think about and experience domestic and international efforts to reconstruct and develop a torn country such as Afghanistan after international military forces have pulled out the struggle within Afghanistan for power and control external competition for influence within Afghanistan and the region the meaning and relevance of foreign and Afghan policies focused on as counterterrorism human rights democratization anticorruption counternarcotics development and poverty reduction in Afghanistan how the UN foreign government and the Afghan government and tribal leaders deal with a force like the Taliban Kicking off at 8 30 am the players simulated an international conference in Kabul in January 2015 to advance the reconstruction and development Afghanistan while also working to reintegrate the Taliban According to the scenario U S and NATO combat troops have withdrawn from Afghanistan a new Afghan President has been elected in April 2014 and the Taliban is on its heels after a strong push by Afghan troops but is still a significant factor The students engaged

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