Managing pressures and conflicts in diplomacy and international relations Course

Managing pressures and conflicts in diplomacy and international relations Course



    The importance of training courses is not only limited to professional life, as most of us think but training courses aim to transfer knowledge and practical experiences that enrich the skills of individuals and enhance their self-confidence, which contributes to the preparation of cadres which in turn contributes to the development and progress of institutions. Therefore, Strategic Vision Training Center aims to enhance the skills and experiences of individuals through the strongest training programs to keep pace with every development in the labor market.



  • The phenomenon of diplomatic and international conflict is a phenomenon of extremely complex dimensions, extremely intertwined, and its existence represents one of the fixed features of human reality, as the human experience of conflict goes back to the first inception of man, where his relationships knew it at its various levels: individual or collective, and also in its various dimensions: psychological. Or cultural, political, economic, social, or historical. When looking at the historical path of human life, we find that conflict represents one of the most important proven facts in the reality of man and society at various levels, not to mention economic, social, and political conflict and other different types of conflict.

Course content:

  • The most prominent factors affecting international relations.
  • Conflicts and pressures in international and political relations
  • Modern methods and techniques in diplomatic work.
  • Learn about international affairs and diplomacy and their unified standards.
  • How to perform work and tasks within embassies and consulates.
  • Primary and subsidiary entities in international relations.
  • International relations and international law.
  • Foreign and international policies and international relations.
  • Understanding the techniques adopted by countries to make decisions.
  • Analysis related to the interpretation of interaction during conflicts.
  • Content of the training program
  • The concept of diplomacy.
  • Tasks of diplomatic missions.
  • The relationship of diplomacy to international relations.
  • The historical stages of the development of international relations as a concept and an independent political science.
  • Introducing the concept of conflict
  • Causes of international conflict
  • Stages and levels of international conflict
  • Means and methods of managing international conflict
  • Theories explaining these conflicts,
  • The role of informal meetings in settling conflicts between countries
    • The emergence of international conflicts, their types, their development, and their impact on the conflicting countries and the international system
    • Diplomatic communication and conflict management
    • International laws regulating international conflicts,
    • Mechanisms for managing conflict and reaching agreements to resolve it,
    • The political, economic, social, intellectual and humanitarian background and effects of some conflicts.
    • Analysis of contemporary international conflicts: between cultural dimensions and strategic considerations
    • Conflict over natural resources:
    • Ethnic conflicts
    • Technological development and the arms race between countries
    • Conflict on land and sea borders
    • The struggle of searching for an international role or status
    • Diplomatic communication and its role in managing conflicts between countries
    • Diplomacy in conducting international relations through negotiation and peaceful means
    • Diplomatic methods in resolving conflicts
    • Diplomatic methods and their role in resolving international disputes and protecting human rights
    • The role of the media in resolving international and political pressures and conflicts
    • The legal framework for diplomacy in conflict resolution
    • Preventive efforts by Arab diplomacy to contain conflicts
    • Theoretical foundation of the concepts of preventive diplomacy
    • Challenges facing preventive diplomacy

Who should attend?

  • Directors of government agencies and non-governmental organizations.
  • Workers in embassies and foreign ministries.
  • All new employees and officials in the diplomatic sector.
  • Official officers responsible for international agreements.
  • Directors of international relations offices.
  • Students and graduates from colleges and institutes of political science and international relations.
  • New professionals in specialized entities working in the field of international relations, including embassies, consulates and ministries.
  • International relations graduates.
  • Employees in international organizations.

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