Geraint Hughes The terms ‘defence diplomacy’ and ‘defence engagement’ are used to describe some of the aspects of military activity that fall outside the direct use of force. These can include multinational exercises, the diplomatic liaison work of military attachés posted at embassies, port visits by naval vessels, the provision of training teams and loan… Read More Defence Diplomacy in the Cold War: The Experiences of British Military Attachés in Egypt, 1968-1973
DR AMIR M. KAMEL This post is based on a research project, the activities for which I initiated during my role as a Visiting Scholar in the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University, in Washington, DC. Analysts and scholars of US foreign policy have long argued that Washington, DC’s engagement with foreign states have… Read More A Two-Faced US Foreign Policy?
This post forms part of a series where members of the Defence Studies Department share their thoughts on the books they are reading this summer. This post is by DR AMIR M KAMEL see more of his posts here, here and here. The book: Democracy Prevention: The Politics of the US-Egyptian Alliance has provided for an… Read More DSD Summer Reading #4