Key Studies in Diplomacy

About the series

The volumes in the series seek to advance the study and understanding of diplomacy in its many forms. Diplomacy remains a vital component of global affairs, and it influences and is influenced by its environment and the context in which it is conducted. The series covers historical, conceptual, and practical studies of diplomacy.

The series has a broad scope and welcomes proposals on diplomatic theory and practice from both early modern and modern historians, as part of its missions to further scholarship and debate across periodisations and disciplinary perspectives.

Previous titles in this series can be found on the Bloomsbury KSD page.

Series editors
J. Simon Rofe, Associate Professor at POLIS, University of Leeds
Giles Scott-Smith, Roosevelt Chair in New Diplomatic History, Leiden University

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