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Principles of Today's Diplomatic Protocol

Principles of Today's Diplomatic Protocol

András Szorényi, Jérôme Duberry
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Diplomatic protocol consists of fundamental principles that have evolved over the years. This includes precedence and the ranking of diplomats, forms of address, titles, protocol guidelines, and rules of procedures for meetings and negotiations in international organisations.

  • What are the principles and guidelines?
  • What are the different types of diplomatic communication?
  • How has it evolved?

Join our online discussion with András Szorényi, Senior Policy Advisor, and Jérôme Duberry, Academic Advisor, who will tackle those questions and provide you with practical knowledge of diplomatic protocol.

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Jérôme Duberry






Jérôme Duberry
Academic Advisor of the Executive Diploma in Diplomacy, Negotiation and Policy
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András Szorényi

András Szorényi
Senior Policy Advisor, Global Cities Hub

András joined the Global Cities Hub after 20 years of distinguished diplomatic career. He worked in different capacities in Brussels, covering EU affairs, Washington D.C. dealing with bilateral relations and in Geneva, working with the United Nations and other International Organisations. He has first-hand experience of negotiating in the European Union and the UN system as well as conceptualising and implementing diplomatic initiatives on a wide variety of issues.


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