The British Academy for Training and Development offers a training course in modern international relations and its soft power strategy for those who want to improve their understanding of international relations and to benefit from them within their field of work.
The relations between the state means the interaction between the foreign policies of the states. These interactions are expressed in many ways. Each country adopts the method it deems appropriate for its internal and external policies.When we refer to the term international relations, the first thing that seems to be the situation of conflict and conflict and the use of firm methods known as solid power, but there are other methods that are less assertive and influential on people, as some countries prefer to use their soft power to influence other countries, The danger is the use of force in its coercive form because of the danger it poses to economic growth and financial interests, Because it has become very expensive compared to what was in the past centuries, through this session will be clarified all these terms related to international relations.
Objectives and target group
How attendees will benefit?
After completion of the programme, delegates will be able to know:
The foundations and standards of state relations.
The meaning of solid strength and soft power and the difference between them.
Why it is not good to use one type one style of international relations.
Optimal time for change in foreign policy.
The extent to which a country can influence another country through the use of soft power policy and its choices based on its cultural and social system and its system of values and institutions.
The role of media, propaganda and cultural hegemony on the success of soft power politics.
Trade exchange and signing international agreements and their impact on diplomacy.
Who should attend?
Working in the diplomatic corps within embassies and consulates.
Staff in international organizations.
Employees of government institutions interested in international relations.
Those interested in international affairs and laws.
International and multinational employees
Theories of International Relations.
History and development of international relations.
The foundations and concept of international relations.
The emergence of a policy of soft power in international relations.
Factors influencing international relations.
Soft power sources.
The concept of diplomacy.
The importance of diplomatic science.
Definition of diplomacy.
Functions of diplomatic missions.
The relationship of diplomacy to international relations.
Multiple international systems.
Etiquette and ceremony in international relations:
The concept of etiquette and protocol in international relations.
International etiquette forms.
Etiquette forms among organizations.
acquaintance and presentation.
International Laws and Regulations:
The concept of the international system.
The concept of the system and international coordination.
Principles of international laws and regulations.
Sources of international regulations.
The rights and duties of States.
Factors Affecting International Relations:
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Members NO. : 1
Members NO. : 2 - 3
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