Why Multi-Track Diplomacy

Traditional diplomacy employs primarily “Track One” diplomacy, which seeks resolution through States and government agencies. “Track Two” diplomacy is an alternate route where conflicts are resolved through non-governmental actors. “Multi-Track” diplomacy is an expansion of the “Track One, Track Two” paradigm. Realizing that simply “Track Two” failed to illustrate the complexity of non-government based diplomacy... Read More

    IMTD delivered a workshop for journalists in conflict sensitive journalism from June 2 – 6, 2014 in Kathmandu, Nepal.


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    During the summer of 2014, IMTD delivered a workshop for journalists in conflict sensitive journalism from June 2 – 6, 2014 in Kathmandu, Nepal. The Institute for Conflict Management Peace and Development served as the local collaborators for recruiting the participants and organizing the venue. The workshop focused on promoting conflict sensitive journalism. The topics addressed broadly included Understanding Peace/Conflict, Conflict Analysis, Media Effects and Framing, Language and Under-representation and The Nepali Media Environment.

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    IMTD and Sovereignty First presented a 5 day training on the INCA process from July 6 - 10, 2015

    UntitledIMTD and Sovereignty First presented a 5 day
    training on the INCA process from July 6 - 10, 2015.  Nine students finished a module, with 2 now ready for field placements.  The principles of Inclusive Nationalism and developmental scales were highlighted.  The week culminated in a presentation to the staff of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, Subcommittee on the Middle East and North Africa about how INCA can be useful for the national development of Syria.  Presenters included Dr. Eric Wolterstorff, founder of Sovereignty First; former Congressman Michael P. Flanagan; Ambassador John Herbst, and Executive Director Karen Dickman (not pictured).   

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