The Future of Track-Two Diplomacy

In a world where traditional interstate diplomacy often misses critical dynamics of global affairs, such as the influences of religion and culture, there are increasing calls to buttress, or bypass altogether, traditional diplomacy in favor of society-centered "track-two diplomacy." This Doyle Undergraduate Fellows course explored whether and how the United States can more effectively engage civil society abroad to advance foreign policy goals.

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