Public diplomacy: the advent of polylateralism
This research is about the advent of a new mode of diplomacy known as Polylateral Diplomacy that would come to strengthen partnership among the various actors in the international stage. This work is organized into five chapters each addressing a distinct part of the work. Chapter One is about the Research Proposal, which includes introduction, statement of the research problem, objectives, justification of the study, research questions (Hypotheses) Methodology and conceptual framework. Chapter Two is all about the review of the related literature. Chapter Three is about the primary data collection and collation; population and sample of the research. The main research question is how would the traditional actors in diplomacy respond to the emergence of new actors in the international stage? The research conceptual framework is anchored on the constructivist theory which leans towards the reform of the international system for a better global partnership. Chapter four analyzes and presents the data collected from both the primary and secondary data, and Chapter five deals with the Summary, Conclusion and recommendations of the research for the prospects of diplomacy in the 21st Century. Finally, the world of today is a world of global politics, global economy, global security, and global environment; therefore, the world tendency is gearing towards a global approach to all global issues and many other more which need a global forum. This concept for global approach could adequately be addressed through an established global mechanism; this is where the Polylateral Diplomacy is recommended as international relations’ mode of the current time.
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