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Spanish Science Diplomacy: A Global and Collaborative Bottom-Up Approach

Science diplomacy is on the rise in Spain thanks to a new initiative that is transforming that nation's scientific diaspora into a global science diplomacy network.

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The National Science Foundation and the New Frontier of S&T Diplomacy

As debate increases on establishing a new component of the National Science Foundation to help translate scientific research into national solutions, authors focus on the role of international cooperation and coordination.

Editorial

Emerging Technologies and Science Diplomacy

If science diplomacy is to be an effective tool for using scientific knowledge to accomplish concrete objectives related to emerging technologies, then the immediate task is to specify clearly the objectives sought and the means for achieving them.

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Learning from Success: Lessons in Science and Diplomacy from the Montreal Protocol

By Greg Whitesides - 08/10/2020

This paper revisits the history of U.S. advocacy for the Montreal Protocol, a landmark achievement in international scientific cooperation and American environmental leadership. 

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Toward a Knowledge-Based Society

The US-Pakistan S&T Cooperation Program highlights the importance of science diplomacy when formal bilateral dialogue faces challenges.

Editorial

Looking Forward to 2016

By E. William Colglazier - 12/16/2015

Science & Diplomacy’s new editor-in-chief, E. William Colglazier, discusses the Iran deal and the future of science diplomacy.  

Letter from the Field

Building the SciBridge between Africa and the United States

By Veronica Augustyn and John Paul Eneku - 12/16/2015

Two graduate students, an American and a Ugandan, who met at a research school in Ethiopia, have dedicated themselves to creating a way to foster more connections between U.S. and African scientists. 

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Unlocking Secrets of Inflammatory Bowel Disease

By John I. Allen and Dennis L. Shung - 11/30/2015

A new partnership between U.S. and Chinese medical societies is poised to provide breakthroughs in the understanding of gastroenterological diseases, while serving as a blueprint for the role of scientific societies in the U.S.-China relationship. 

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“Collateral Duty Diplomacy”

By Matthew Lim and David Blazes - 09/21/2015

The U.S. Department of Defense's activities affect global health in surprising and effective ways, measured by both health metrics and political/strategic success.

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Approaches to Nuclear Cooperation

By Philip Baxter - 09/16/2015

The 123 Agreement recently re-signed by the United States and South Korea allows for continued nuclear cooperation and includes increased freedom for South Korea to expand its nuclear operations with implications for future nonproliferation efforts.

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