The joint North Korea-South Korea women's hockey team to compete at this year's Winter Games marks a new step in Olympic history, says Robert Dunbar.
How a Japanese specialty plays an important role in public diplomacy between two nations.
The Washington State Historical Society explores the importance of people-to-people exchanges in reducing Cold War tensions.
CPD Fellow Vivian Walker looks at what the Peloponnesian War can teach us about today's foreign policy.
Both diplomacy and international relations are European constructs, products of the specific contingencies of European history. They dominate global governance not because they are universal concepts, but because of the domination firstly of European powers and then the U.S. As U.S. hegemony declines and a more genuinely multipolar world system emerges, will alternative approaches to diplomacy and global governance also emerge?