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1. Diplomacy is facing many challenges because of globalisation and digitalisation. From the list below, select the challenge that is NOT affecting diplomacy.
2. What is science diplomacy? Out of the following possible definitions, select the WRONG one!
3. The Royal Society and AAAS provided the first conceptual framework for science diplomacy. With this taxonomy, the use of scientific expert advice to informing foreign policy objectives would be framed as:
4. According to scholars Tim Flink and Ulrich Schreiterer, there are three strategies to characterise concrete policies and actions of individuals, organisations and entire state approaches in the field of science diplomacy. These are:
5. Four renowned experts have proposed a pragmatic framework that divides science diplomacy actions into different kinds of pursued interests:
6. Diplomats are increasingly considering science, technology, and innovation (STI) as essential parts of their foreign policy agenda, and so they can be assigned to specific roles in science diplomacy such as:
7. Some national governments appoint scientists as Chief Science Advisers (CSA) to their Foreign Affairs Departments to promote science diplomacy, international scientific cooperation and international relations. Their role usually entails different responsibilities shown below. Please select the WRONG one!
8. The role of science counsellors, science attachés or science advisers working in embassies comprises different responsibilities. Select from the list below the most appropriate one:
9. Individual scientists can engage in science diplomacy actions in a role we have called here as the organic science diplomat. This is a growing global trend because of:
10. Professionals working in science diplomacy hold…