PSYCHOLOGY AND DIPLOMACY: CURRENT PERSPECTIVES
In the history of diplomacy, as practical activity, as art or as science, prominent names of psychologists or sociologists are not specifically mentioned even if they influenced or contributed to the statutory decision at the
state, nation, or international level. However, those leaders who had sound knowledge of political psychology, social psychology, psychology or communications were protected from serious mistakes, errors with negative
implications on humanity.
Keywords: history; diplomacy, political; social, psychology; implications;humanity.
Prof. Maziliu Dumitru, PhD, DiplomaŃia-drept diplomatic si consular,
Lumina Lex Publishing House, Bucharest, 2003.
Mătăsaru Aurel Preda, Tratat de drept internaŃional public, Second
Edition, Hamangiu Publishing House, Bucharest, 2010.
Medar Sergiu T., DiplomaŃia apărării, Bucharest, 2006.
The published articles are subject to copyright law. All rights are reserved to the “Carol I” National Defense University, regardless of whether all or part of the material are considered, especially the rights to translation, reprinting, re-use of illustrations, quotations, broadcasting through the media, reproduction on microfilms or any other way and storage in data banks. Any replicas without the associated fees are authorized provided the source is acknowledged.