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S4D4C’s State-of-the-Art Report on Science Diplomacy

One of the goals of our early project work in S4D4C is to provide the conceptual grounds for our subsequent analyses of science diplomacy cases and governance. As one element of this, DZHW colleagues Charlotte

Researcher’s voices #1 – Meet James Wilsdon, University of Sheffield

What is your role within S4D4C? With my colleague Jasper Montana, also based at the University of Sheffield, we’ll be working on a couple of the thematic case studies – particularly one looking at science

Open notebook #2

Case studies were at the heart of S4D4C two-day meeting in Prague, last month. Since the initial steps following our kick-off meeting in Vienna, our team has been studying state-of-the-art literature, consulting experts on the

S4D4C presentation

Discussing science diplomacy in Prague

In cooperation with the Czech Centres, our S4D4C colleagues at Charles University organised a panel discussion in the Prague Old Town. The focus of the discussion was on the topic of ‘Scientists and Diplomats: the

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Science Diplomacy: Transatlantic Asset and Competition

Wang, T.C. (2015). Science Diplomacy: Transatlantic Asset and Competition. In: Jehan, A. and Simonyi, A. (eds.) Smarter Power: The Key to a Strategic Transatlantic Partnership. Washington DC: Center for Transatlantic Relations, pp. 147–154. “In this

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Science, Technology and European Foreign Policy: European Integration, Global Interaction

Stein, J.A. (2002). Science, Technology and European Foreign Policy: European Integration, Global Interaction. Science and Public Policy, 29(6), pp. 463–477. “Even though it dates back already to 2002, this article still represents an excellent account

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Science and Diplomacy: A New Dimension of International Relations

Ruffini, P-B. ed. (2017). Science and Diplomacy: A New Dimension of International Relations. 1st edn. Cham: Springer International Publishing AG. “This book examines science diplomacy as a particular field of international relations, in which the

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Science and Innovation Diplomacy Agencies at the nexus of research, economics, and politics

Rüffin, N. (2018). Case study. Science and Innovation Diplomacy Agencies at the nexus of research, economics, and politics. EL-CSID Working Paper 10, Issue 2018/10. “Both practitioners and scholars tend to regard Science and Technology Agreements

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Science and Technology Agreements in the Toolbox of Science Diplomacy: Effective Instruments or Insignificant Add-ons?

Rüffin, N. and Schreiterer, U. (2017). Case study. Science and Technology Agreements in the Toolbox of Science Diplomacy: Effective Instruments or Insignificant Add-ons? EL-CSID Working Paper 6, Issue 2017/6. “The last decade has seen the

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New Frontiers in Science Diplomacy

The Royal Society (2010). New Frontiers in Science Diplomacy. London: Science Policy Centre, The Royal Society. “The Royal Society’s report (in cooperation with the American Association for the Advancement of Science) is the synopsis of