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Evolving Institutions for Twenty-First Century (Science) Diplomacy

By Vaughan C. Turekian - 06.30.2015

Institutions are adapting to the increasing influence of science and technology on international relationships.

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Scientific Drivers for Diplomacy

By Rush Holt - 06.29.2015

The ongoing globalization of science reinforces the need for the science community to play a driving role in advocating for policies that remove barriers and connect scientists internationally. 

Perspective

Building a Lasting Cuba-U.S. Bridge through Science

By Sergio Jorge Pastrana - 03.30.2015

Throughout the complicated Cuba-U.S. political and diplomatic history, the Academy of Sciences of Cuba developed strong science-based partnerships with U.S. institutions. 

Perspective

Academies of Science as Key Instruments of Science Diplomacy

By bringing together the major academies of the world, IAP is central to efforts to address science issues at a global scale and thus serves an important role in building international relations.

Article

The Science and Technology Adviser to the U.S. Secretary of State

By Erica Pincus - 12.22.2014

Over fifteen years, four science and technology advisers have served the U.S. secretary of state, building science capacity in the department, offering advice on policy, and serving as liaisons to the scientific community.

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Intergovernmental Scientific Networks in Latin America

By Marga Gual Soler - 12.22.2014

The Ibero-American Programme for Science, Technology and Development and the Inter-American Institute for Global Change Research are two instructive approaches to strengthening regional scientific capacity and relationships.   

Editorial

The Partnership of Scientists and Diplomats

By Alan Leshner - 12.22.2014

Alan Leshner, the departing chief executive officer of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS, publisher of Science & Diplomacy), reflects on the importance of engaging the science community in science diplomacy. 

Perspective

Nuclear Negotiations, Scientific Literacy, and U.S.-India Relations

By Anish Goel - 12.09.2014

The U.S.-India Civil Nuclear Cooperation Initiative relied on scientific literacy in the diplomatic negotiations for its success, benefiting international nuclear science cooperation and nonproliferation.  

Article

Bridging Public Health and Foreign Affairs

Health attachés, diplomats with in-depth public health knowledge, serve as the central node in the global health diplomacy network, connecting U.S. and foreign government health and non-health agencies with global health stakeholders.

Article

Advanced Web-Based Temporal Analytics for Arms Control Verification and Compliance

By Maynard Holliday and Chris Holden - 07.15.2014

Web-based analytics, such as information from social media sources, is one new tool that is needed to complement traditional monitoring methods to help support future arms control treaties and other security agreements.

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