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Science Diplomacy: Translating Science into International Affairs

Science Diplomacy: Translating Science into International Affairs

The contribution of the German National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina

Science Diplomacy: Translating Science into International Affairs

The contribution of the German National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina

Author(s): Marina Koch-Krumrei, Lucian Brujan with contributions from Ruth Narmann and Christian Weidlich

Publication: Bunsen-Magazin, Issue 1 2022, Seiten: 17-19

Publisher: Deutsche Bunsen-Gesellschaft für physikalische Chemie e.V., Frankfurt

Language: English

DOI:10.26125/rn5n-y157

Abstract

Science diplomacy (SD) is a term used to describe the interaction between scientists (and their work) and diplomacy and foreign policy. SD builds upon the evidence, reputation, networks and entire repertoire of science to improve international relations. When official channels are restricted or when the political situation/relationship is difficult, SD can help to maintain or restore trust, build credibility and enable a constructive approach through formats off the beaten track of politics. SD can be an influential tool in building bridges between societies and states, and for developing common strategies to address global challenges. SD also supports scientists subject to repression and human rights violations

Cite this: Koch-Krumrei, Marina, Brujan, Lucian (2022): Science Diplomacy: Translating Science into International Affairs. The contribution of the German National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina. Bunsen-Magazin 2022, 1: 3-4. Frankfurt am Main: Deutsche Bunsen-Gesellschaft für physikalische Chemie e.V.  DOI: 10.26125/rn5n-y157

 

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