International relations are built on strong ties and interdependence between countries. Every country considers its strength and security only because it is in a system based on self-defense. It seeks prestige among other states in the world political system, especially the independence of its decision, on the basis of the compatibility of interests between states. Modern international economic relations have changed on a large scale in line with the large-scale modern change of the world system, so that every economic entity is largely integrated and interdependent with others in the global economic system. The political system is defined as the set of formal governmental institutions, non-governmental or informal institutions, including institutions that work on political decision-making in the country, and this is from a structural perspective, but from a behavioral point of view, the political system is the group that leads to the organization and organization of work Institutional according to the authority vested in all the institutions of the political system, which operate according to a set of legal rules that reflect the form and system of government in the state, which is known as the country’s constitution. Diplomacy is the basis of international relations. It is a way of dealing with all the problematic issues and obstacles facing countries. It can be used to balance different interests and viewpoints. Therefore, it is the most important part of international relations.
Objectives and target group
Who should attend?
• Directors of government agencies and non-governmental organizations. • Workers in embassies and foreign ministries. • All employees and new officials in the diplomatic sector. • Official officers responsible for international agreements. • Managers of international relations offices. • Students and graduates from colleges and institutes of political science and international relations. • New professionals in specialized entities working in the field of international relations, including embassies, consulates and ministries. • Graduates of International Relations. • Employees of international organizations.
How attendees will benefit?
After completion of the course, delegates will be able to:
• The most prominent factors affecting international relations. • Modern methods and techniques in diplomatic work. • Getting acquainted with international affairs and diplomacy and its unified standards. • How to perform tasks and duties within embassies and consulates. • The main and subsidiary entities in international relations. • International Relations and International Law. • Foreign and international policies and international relations. • Understand the techniques adopted by countries to make decisions. • Analysis related to the interpretation of interaction during conflicts and disputes. • Contemporary international systems and their close connection with game theory. • Components of the international system and its fringes. • Sources and mechanisms of international laws and regulations.
• Introduction to international relations and foreign diplomacy. • The concept of diplomacy. • Diplomatic and consular missions. • Missions of diplomatic missions. • The way embassies work around the world. • The relationship of diplomacy to international relations. • Ethical and legal aspects of international relations and foreign diplomacy. • international law. • Multiple international systems. • The importance of diplomatic sciences. • Work diplomacy in international organizations. • The concept of international relations, and the rules governing them. • Foreign policy, international politics and international relations. • The historical stages of the development of international relations as an independent political concept and science. • International treaties and conventions. • International organizations and their role in interstate relations. • Foundations and theories of international relations and its history. • The main and subsidiary entities in international relations. • Topics and branches of international relations and international law. • Relationships between foreign and international policies and international relations. • Understand the techniques adopted by countries to make decisions. • Analysis related to the interpretation of interaction during conflicts and disputes. • Contemporary international systems and their close connection with game theory. • Game theory in politics, economics, and sociology. • Virtual, realistic and expected international systems in the future. • Important components of the international system and its peripheries. • Sources and mechanisms of international laws and regulations. • Methods of international entrepreneurship and demarcation of the long-term relationship. • Strategic planning and international relations. • International Relations and Crisis Management. • Diplomacy and the general framework of the negotiation process. • International dispute resolution and negotiation mechanisms. • The concept of etiquette and protocol in international relations. • Protocol, ceremonies and diplomatic etiquette. • The concept of globalization and the new world order. • international law. • The emergence of soft power politics in international relations. • The means and tools adopted by soft power in achieving political goals. • Political negotiation in diplomacy. • The role of negotiations in resolving political crises. • Methods of ending international crises.
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