From the modeling of social behavior to computational diplomacy

Abstract: Computational sciences offer an unprecedented way to describe, analyze and understand a vast body of new problems and offers new scientific opportunities. Mathematics is often considered as the “grammar of sciences”. Modern computational methods extend the scope of [...]

2023-09-14T13:04:21+02:00September 14th, 2023|Categories: Publication|

Fostering interdisciplinary collaboration in computational diplomacy: A multi-layered network approach to improve our understanding of institutional complexity and effective governance design

Abstract:While the study of global governance is moving from a focus on component-dominated to interaction-dominated systems, the present paper reviews development in governance theories from a complexity perspective and discuss how governance systems can be represented in terms of multi-layered [...]

2023-09-14T12:24:53+02:00August 31st, 2023|Categories: Publication|

Emergent patterns in global health diplomacy: a network analysis of the resolutions adopted by the World Health Assembly from 1948 to 2022

Abstract: From a complexity perspective on governance, multilateral diplomacy is based on interactions between people, ideas, norms, policies and institutions. This article uses a computer-assisted methodology to better understand governance systems as a network of norms. All World Health [...]

2023-09-14T08:25:54+02:00May 9th, 2023|Categories: Publication|

When Computational Power Meets Diplomacy: Training a New Generation of Scientists in Diplomacy and Diplomats in Science

The increase of computer power and the development of new algorithms is currently pushing the scientific investigation to new frontiers. This is particularly promising in the field of diplomacy where the complexification of international relations calls for new approaches [...]

2023-09-14T08:24:52+02:00September 1st, 2021|Categories: Publication|
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