Perspectives

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By improving the coordination of international science efforts across federal agencies, the United States will effectively achieve both scientific and diplomatic objectives.

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Canada needs to better use its science—including greater innovation in government structures of science advice and mobilizing its global science networks—to increase its influence on global issues.

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Policy makers should elevate the use of cooperation in engineering areas to foster relationships and solve global problems, particularly between the United States and the Middle East and Caucasus.

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For small countries with advanced S&T capacity, science diplomacy has a different focus from larger nations. It is essential in projecting New Zealand’s profile and leveraging limited resources.

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Since the end of apartheid, South Africa has used science as a way to rebuild relationships and advance science.

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Science is taking an even more prominent role in how the U.S. Department of State builds and manages international relationships.

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The EU and the United States should enhance and expand scientific academic programs and build ties with countries in Eastern Europe.

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The Nunn-Lugar program demonstrates the importance of international scientific engagement in efforts to reduce the spread of dangerous weapons and material.

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Scientific collaboration might offer one of the most promising ways for the United States to build a strong relationship with Kazakhstan.