The links below are to useful articles and commentaries on international diplomacy and negotiations. The GNC is not affiliated with any of these organisations listed and details are provided for information only. Please direct any questions to the appropriate organisation.
The Processes of International Negotiation (PIN) Program is a non-profit group of scholars and practitioners that encourages and organizes research on a broad spectrum of topics related to international negotiation seen as a process. Its objectives include the dissemination of new knowledge about negotiation as widely as possible, and developing networks of scholars and practitioners interested in the subject, for the purpose of improving analysis and practice of negotiation worldwide. The bi-annual online publication PIN Points contains an overview of past and future events, reports of PIN related activities and most importantly articles with the latest developments and insights in international negotiation research.
The Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School was founded in 1983 and based at Harvard Law School, PON is a consortium program of Harvard University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Tufts University, with scholars and students from numerous fields of study, including law, business, government, psychology, economics, anthropology, the arts, and education. The PON blog at the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School examines past and current negotiations from many fields including business, government, education and law.
Diplo is a non-profit foundation established by the governments of Malta and Switzerland. Diplo works to increase the role of small and developing states, and to improve global governance and international policy development. The Diplo blog features numerous interesting articles on diplomacy.
The USC Center on Public Diplomacy (CPD) was established in 2003 at the University of Southern California. It is a research, analysis and professional education organization dedicated to furthering the study and practice of global public engagement and cultural relations.The CPD blog is intended to stimulate dialog among scholars and practitioners from around the world in the public diplomacy sphere.
YoungDiplomats is an association of young analysts from all over the world who offer a new vision of what International Relations are. The team of volunteers from across the world write articles on International Affairs including interviews with leading academic experts and political practitioners as well as in depth articles on current international affairs.
Coursera is an American online learning platform founded by Stanford professors Andrew Ng and Daphne Koller that offers massive open online courses (MOOC), specializations, and degrees. Coursera works with universities and other organizations to offer online courses, specializations, and degrees in a variety of subjects. There are a number of courses available on the platform dealing with international organisations and international law.