The new tools of diplomacy of the third millennium

The advanced training course provides participants with a preparation for access to professional careers in the fields of political, economic, cultural and strategic relations, thanks to teachings – as a rule not present in the educational offer of university studies – that enrich the theoretical notions essential with a wide range of examples of the processes in question, in light of the most recent transformations that globalization and new communicative languages have provoked on the themes and forms of traditional diplomacy.

The course provides an initial historical and regulatory framework of diplomacy, to then unfold through thematic sectors, structured in modules, followed by an in-depth analysis of the European External Action Service, whose knowledge is essential for understanding the ways in which the the European Union maintains and develops international relations.

Course director: Prof. Marco Ricceri
Tutor: xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx

All teachers will be highly qualified teachers from some of the most prestigious Italian universities and experts from the Unitar institute.

The course is divided into 9 courses plus a focus on the European External Action Service, for a total of 60 hours (3 credits) of lectures.
The number of participants in the course is limited to a maximum of 30 participants. The course will be activated upon reaching the minimum number of participants expected (10 enrolled).

  • Diplomacy in history – 4 hours
  • The international rules of diplomacy – 4 hours
  • Geopolitics of international relations – 8 hours
  • The diplomatic activity of the Holy See – 8 hours
  • E-diplomacy and digital technologies – 8 hours
  • Diplomacy and security – 6 hours
  • Economic diplomacy – 6 hours
  • Cultural diplomacy – 6 hours
  • Communication and negotiation techniques – 6 hours

Focus: The European External Action Service – 4 hours

High school diploma, Bachelor’s degree, Master’s degree or Specialist degree or Degree ante DM 509/1999 (old system) or other university qualification obtained abroad recognized as suitable.

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