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Corporate Author National Research Council (U.S.). Committee on Science and Technology Capabilities at the Department of State, author.

Title Diplomacy for the 21st century : embedding a culture of science and technology throughout the Department of State / Committee on Science and Technology Capabilities at the Department of State, Development and Security Cooperation, Policy and Global Affairs, National Research Council of the National Academies.

Publication Info. Washington, D.C. : National Academies Press, [2015]
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Edition Prepublication copy--Unedited proofs.
Description 1 online resource (xii, 176 pages)
Contents Introduction -- A Rapidly Changing World -- A Whole-of-Society Approach in Incorporating Science and Technology in 21st Century Diplomacy -- Support of Science and Technology Policies, Programs, and Outreach by U.S. Embassies -- Enhancing Organizational and Personnel Capabilities -- Findings, Conclusions, and Recommendations -- Appendix A. Request for Study from the Department of State -- Appendix B. Biographies of Committee Member -- Appendix C. Interim Recommendations of the Committee (April 2014) -- Appendix D. The Quadrennial Diplomacy and Development Review, 2011: Brief Examples of Key References and Actions for Science, Technology, and Innovation -- Appendix E. Issues that Deserve Additional Analyses by Others -- Appendix F. Committee Meeting Agendas -- Appendix G. Organizations with Extensive International S & T Programs and Activities that Provided to the Committee Data and Information on Relevant Programs -- Appendix H. Selected References -- Appendix I. Global Investments in Science and Engineering: A Dynamic Landscape -- Appendix J. Interagency Challenges Set Forth in the 1999 Report -- Appendix K. International Engagement Activities of the National Science Foundation -- Appendix L. Environment, Science, Technology, and Health Officers Overseas -- Appendix M. Results of Department of State's Questionnaire to ESTH Officers -- Appendix N. Science and Technology Agreements Currently In Force -- Appendix O. Regional ESTH Hub Locations and Staffing.
Summary Diplomacy for the 21st Century recommends steps that the Department of State should embrace to take full advantage of the leading science and technology (S & T) capabilities of the United States. These capabilities provide the department with many opportunities to promote a variety of the interests of the United States and its allies in a rapidly changing world wherein S & T are important drivers of economic development at home and abroad and help ensure international security. This report assesses and makes recommendations concerning the changing environment for the conduct of diplomacy in the years ahead, with a focus on the role of S & T in the development and implementation of U.S. policies and programs. According to this report, prompt steps by the department's leadership are essential to ensure adequate comprehension of the importance of S & T-related developments throughout the world and to incorporate this understanding within the nation's foreign policy for the 21st century. This report also urges the adoption by the department of a broader whole-of-society approach in carrying out its responsibilities at home and abroad - extending beyond traditional interagency coordination and the narrow band of current external partners to include foundations, universities, research centers, and other groups who are extending their international reach. --Publisher description.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 141-148).
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Subject United States. Department of State.
United States. Department of State.
Science and international relations -- United States.
Technology and international relations -- United States.
Diplomatic and consular service, American.
United States -- Foreign relations.
United States -- Foreign relations administration.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Added Author National Research Council (U.S.). Development, Security, and Cooperation, issuing body.
Added Title Diplomacy for the twenty first century, embedding a culture of science and technology throughout the Department of State
Embedding a culture of science and technology throughout the Department of State
ISBN 9780309373142 (electronic bk.)
030937314X (electronic bk.)