|Title:||Crossing the Jordan River: The Journeys of an Israeli Diplomat (International Relations - Diplomacy)|
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|Category:||Politics and Government|
|Publisher:||Humanix Books; First edition (October 1, 2002)|
Jacob Rosen: Jacob Rosen, Ambassador (Jerusalem, Israel) Born in Poland in 1948. His family immigrated to Israel in 1957. Served in the Israeli Defense Forces from 1966 to 1969. Attended the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and received a . degree in Middle Eastern Studies in 1972. Joined the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1973. Served since in The Hague, London, New York, Cairo and New Delhi. In November 2002, he took up the post of Political Advisor for International Affairs to the Mayor of Jerusalem. Jacob is married to Annette. They are parents of two sons and a daughter. Is fluent in Polish, Dutch, English, Arabic and Hebrew and understands Russian,French, German and Yiddish. He is an avid collector of books on "Lawrence of Arabia. Series: International Relations - Diplomacy.
Crossing the Jordan River. The Journeys of an Israeli Diplomat. Jacob Rosen writes in this fascinating and illuminating book about his experiences in both Cairo, Egypt and Amman, Jordan as an Israeli Diplomat. He has learned a great deal about Egyptian and Jordanian societies and also more about the Israeli character. Time and again, Mr. Rosen witnessed how Arabs and Western Cultures simply do not understand each other. The vignettes assembled in this book are based on real events. Mr. Rosen makes each of these stories stand on its own merit. Jacob Rosen: Jacob Rosen, Ambassador (Jerusalem, Israel) Born in Poland in 1948. More about Jacob Rosen.
Jacob Rosen writes in this fascinating and illuminating book about his experiences in both Cairo, Egypt and Amman, Jordan as an Israeli Diplomat. Rosen makes each of these stories stand on its own merit
Diplomacy in international relations is the daily interaction between states often through the use of negotiations and discussions. International diplomacy takes place in the world system, and through a number of events, conversations, communications, et. .International diplomats speak in person, through electronic communications, as well as representatives. Many times these meetings are public and private. International diplomacy has been an integral part of international relations for centuries, and yet, continues to be a critical component of international relations work. As Hocking et. al. (2012) explain in their discussion of international diplomacy, the practice of public diplomacy has assumed centre stage.
Without diplomacy much of the world’s affairs, and organizations, would not exist. There are many examples of how diplomacy has affected countries, and even individual citizens. For the upkeep of the International System, diplomacy is used in every corner of the world. Without it many nations would not be able to conduct successful negotiations. While many are not able to find a clear beginning or creation of diplomacy, modern diplomacy has become much more advanced and many aspects have changed over the years. no country has influenced international relations as decisively and at the same time as ambivalently as the United States. No society, has more firmly insisted on the inadmissibility of intervention in the domestic affairs of other states, or more passionately asserted that its own values were universally applicable.
Israel–Jordan relations refers to diplomatic, economic and cultural relations between Israel and Jordan. The two countries have had official diplomatic relations since the 1994 signing of the Israel–Jordan peace treaty . In the 1967 Six Day War, Jordan aligned itself with Nasser's Egypt despite an Israeli warning. This resulted in the loss of East Jerusalem and the West Bank to Israel. This was an economic loss to the kingdom since much of the kingdom's economy was based in the West Bank. The war against the PLO factions may have strengthened the connections between Israel and Jordan.
In international relations, diplomacy is inevitably driven by changing events, if not exclusively so. The points of contact between states have increased dramatically.
A diplomat lives in the country that he is trying to communicate with. They are placed in strategic locations that are close to many local government buildings, allowing all diplomats to quickly establish contact and begin their jobs of speaking with the foreign rulers. They are also granted something called diplomatic immunity to protect them while in a foreign country, and to allow them to do their job well. Usually a diplomat’s main goal is to simply maintain good relations with the country in question