The director of the German Academic Exchange Program Office in Tehran reflects on his experiences building international scientific collaborations in a changing Iran.
An integrated science diplomacy agenda could further bolster the transatlantic relationship by better linking S&T collaboration to policy cooperation, two elements that are individually strong but often not well coupled.
The International Space Station, with partners that surmount their cultural, organizational, and political differences to pursue a collective vision, serves as a model of science diplomacy.
Bilateral Science and Technology agreements help the U.S. Department of State transform diplomatic relationships, promote public diplomacy, highlight cooperation, and protect U.S. national security.
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Science & Diplomacy. ISSN 2167‑8618 (print), 2167‑8626 (online)