The Art of Diplomacy

Art of Diplomacy 444x718IWP 636
Four credits

This course introduces students to the art of diplomacy in the Western tradition, with an emphasis on the modern American experience. It examines the development of the traditional art of diplomacy over time and how technology, communications, and ideology have affected both the authority of the diplomatic process and the evolution of what Harold Nicholson called the "diplomatic method."

Semester Available


Spring Semester

Principal Professor


   G. Philip Hughes
Senior Director, White House Writers Group; Former US Ambassador to Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean {read more}