Public Diplomacy (optional)
This course emphasizes the importance of the public dimension in today’s diplomacy. In addition, it explains the role of the public diplomacy as a tool used by governmental and non-governmental actors in order to understand or impose culture, attitudes and behavior, and to build and promote various types of relationships.
What will you learn
- You will be able to analyze the approaches in the public diplomacy and identify realistic and functional tools and methods for different situations;
- You will know how to plan strategies for building the image of the country based on best practices;
- You will be able to assess and evaluate the behavior of various governmental and non-governmental actors in the international relations and politics.
How will you improve
Study subject-by-subject, through individual learning and with teamwork in real-life situations, under the mentorship of renowned professors from Macedonia and abroad. If your commitments do not allow you to attend the regular classes, study in the virtual classroom of ICS at any time and from anywhere.
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