Science and Diplomacy

Negotiating Essential Alliances

This book lays the groundwork for a new field of study and research in the intersection between science and diplomacy. It will review the multi-disciplinary research in this burgeoning area in providing the scientific foundation for the application of psychological principles to understanding and facilitating political decisions in an international context. Les mer
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This book lays the groundwork for a new field of study and research in the intersection between science and diplomacy. It will review the multi-disciplinary research in this burgeoning area in providing the scientific foundation for the application of psychological principles to understanding and facilitating political decisions in an international context. Focusing on how people think, act, and feel on both individual and collective levels, this book takes into account a realistic perspective from which transformative processes can emerge. It follows the ongoing debate in the EU and the world in providing a better understanding of the tools that can be deployed to improve communication and cooperation between scientists, politicians, and diplomats in this field. The failure of communication in this COVID-19 planetary crisis has not been about whether or not objectives have been achieved, but about the ability of major actors to cooperate to forge links with people. The way policymakers and scientists will manage their interpersonal negotiations will be of great importance in fostering international cooperation and coordinated problem-solving behaviours. Otherwise, science diplomacy will lose sight of its most important purpose: that of helping to solve problems, conflicts, and diplomatic processes for the sake of humanity.

Fakta

Innholdsfortegnelse

ForewordPreface



Acknowledgments



Contributors



Part I Perception and misperception in science diplomacy



Chapter 1 - Introduction - Book organisation



Chapter 2 - Adaptive decision-making process in crisis situations



Part II - Science and Diplomacy: Negotiating a Joint Engagement



Chapter 3 - Science Diplomacy



1. Introduction



2. Defining Science Diplomacy



3. Science Diplomacy: History and achievements



4. Science Diplomacy as Soft Power Exercise



5. Multilateral Science Diplomacy in Action



6. Cooperative Advisory Mechanisms







Chapter 4 - Science Diplomacy and the EU



1. Science Diplomacy and the EU: A Brief History



2. Scientific Advise in the EU Institutions



3. Responsible Research & Innovation



4. The EU's Strategy under Commissioner Moedas.



5. Cutting-Edge Year: An Insight on the EU's Actions



Chapter 5 - Evidence-Informed Policymaking 1. Introduction 2. Brief History of Evidence-Based Policymaking 3. Evidence-informed policymaking in the European Union 4. The Relation between the Scientist and the Diplomat: Recommendations 5. Evidence-informed Policymaking in Action 6. Standardization vs. Experience-Based Approach 7. Evidence-informed policymaking: Leading from the shadows



Chapter 6 - Climate Change and Extreme Hazards 1. Introduction 2. Evidence-based Medicine and Clinical Practice 3. Climate Change and Hydrometeorological Extreme Hazards 4. Negotiating Global Agreements with Incomplete Evidence-Informed



5. Climate Change: Citizens' Resilience and Well-Being







Chapter 7 - Evidence-informed policymaking: The Way Forward



Concluding remarks to Part II



Part III - Biosecurity and Environmental Disaster: Adaptive decision-making in time of uncertainty



Chapter 8 - A major challenge to the uncertainty of modern times



1. Introduction



2. Crisis management



3. Knowing how to give a feedback



4. Risk management



5. Bioterrorism after September 11th, 2001



6. Potential global economic impact of agricultural bioterrorism



7. Environmental Disaster: A major challenge to Biosafety



8. Hyogo Framework for Action



9. Biosafety and resilience processes







Chapter 9 - Crisis Management and Risk Assessment in the EU: A General Outline



1. Introduction



2. Main operational mechanisms in the EU institutional framework



3. The European Agenda on Security



4. Risk assessment system in the EU



5. A brief history of the EU's comprehensive approach



6. The EU's Green Paper on Bio-preparedness



7. Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) Task Force







Chapter 10 - International Cooperation



1. Introduction



2. European and International Projects on Risk Assessment and Crisis Management



3. Stakeholders' training strategy



4. UNDP Global Risk Identification Program (GRIP)



5. Risk communication





6. Implementing biosafety and biosecurity preparedness in the EU



7. Feeding the Sendai S&T roadmap on capacity development and resilience



8. The expected Impact on the European society



Concluding Remarks to Part III







Part IV - Theory, research, and practice for Science diplomacy: An insight on cooperative processes



Chapter 11 - International Alliance for Science Diplomacy. Interpersonal skills as a predictor of a sound negotiation process: American and European self-perception



Mauro Galluccio & Mattia Sanna



Chapter 12 - Evidence-Informed Policymaking: A European Multi-Actor Innovative Project



Lodovica Maria GULLINO & Laura VIVANI



Chapter 13 - Misunderstanding the first Nuclear crisis with North Korea: The inconvenient science in negotiations.



Robert GALLUCCI



Chapter 14 - Scientists meet diplomats: A cognitive insight on interpersonal negotiation process.



Mauro GALLUCCIO & Aaron Tim BECK



Afterword

Om forfatteren

Mauro Galluccio Ph.D. is a political scientist, psychologist, and cognitive behavioural therapist in clinical practice. He completed his Post-doctoral Fellowship at the Johns Hopkins University, where he was also a Visiting Scholar for two full years, at SAIS (School of Advanced International Studies) in Washington D.C. Dr Galluccio is the president of EANAM (European Association for Negotiation and Mediation) based in Brussels. He is advisor to the Joint Research Center (JRC) on evidence-informed for policymaking and seasoned expert evaluator, ethics expert and peer reviewer to the ERC (European research Council) and REA (Research Executive Agency) for founding projects and programs of the European Union. Dr Galluccio has worked for many years within the European Institutions as political analyst and adviser. He has been a public external speaker and professorial lecturer for more than 20 years to the European Commission of the EU (DG COMM - EC Presidency), in charge of the EU Institutions and policymaking. He has been adviser to the UNDP (United Nations Development Program) on mentoring programme for trainers. He is the editor and author of the Handbook of International Negotiation: Interpersonal, Intercultural, and Diplomatic Perspectives, 2015, Springer, New York. He is co-author of Psychological processes in international negotiations: theoretical and practical perspectives (with F. Aquilar, Springer, New York, 2008) and co-editor of Psychological and Political Strategies for Peace Negotiation. A Cognitive Approach (with F. Aquilar, Springer, New York, 2011).