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Authors: Natalia Sheludiakova 1 ; Iveta Mietule 2 ; Bakhorid Mamurov 3 ; Roza Karajanova 4 and Volodymyr Kulishov 1

Affiliations: 1 State University of Economics and Technology, 16 Medychna Street, Kryvyi Rih 50000, Ukraine ; 2 Rezekne Academy of Technologies, 115 Atbrivosanas aleja, Rezekne, LV-4601, Latvia ; 3 Bukhara State University, 11 M. Iqbol Street,Bukhara 200114, Uzbekistan ; 4 Karakalpak State University named after Berdakh, 1 Ch. Abdirov Street, Nukus, 230100, Uzbekistan

Keyword(s): Globalization, Diaspora Policy, Diplomacy, Home Country, Host Country, Public Diplomacy, SocioEconomic Impact, Institutionalization.

Abstract: In the globalization-driven world, the conceptual foundations of the entire system of international relations are undergoing considerable changes. The defining shifts concern the expansion of the range of international actors and the enrichment of the tools and functions of the diplomatic service. Diaspora is one of the emerging non-state actors that can potentially make impact at the international level, although most states continue to view it only as a means of achieving their national interests. As a result, the notion of “diaspora diplomacy” has emerged, emphasizing the importance of diaspora as a transnational, liminal actor capable of influencing both host and home countries as well as exert influence on international relations. States tend to make efforts to institutionalize relations with their diasporas, which indicates the strategic importance that states attach to it. Latvia, Ukraine and Uzbekistan are working to institutionalize diaspora diplomacy. While Latvia has come significantly closer to this ultimate goal by building an extensive infrastructure for relations with diaspora, diaspora policy in Ukraine is not yet a priority, though there is a willingness to cooperate on part of the diaspora. Uzbekistan has set the diaspora issue on the agenda, but it still lacks strategy as well as effective mechanisms for its implementation. (More)

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Paper citation in several formats:
Sheludiakova, N.; Mietule, I.; Mamurov, B.; Karajanova, R. and Kulishov, V. (2022). Diaspora Diplomacy: Contemporary Problems of Countries in the Sustainable Development Context. In Proceedings of the 5th International Scientific Congress Society of Ambient Intelligence - ISC SAI, ISBN 978-989-758-600-2, pages 167-176. DOI: 10.5220/0011346400003350

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author={Natalia Sheludiakova. and Iveta Mietule. and Bakhorid Mamurov. and Roza Karajanova. and Volodymyr Kulishov.},
title={Diaspora Diplomacy: Contemporary Problems of Countries in the Sustainable Development Context},
booktitle={Proceedings of the 5th International Scientific Congress Society of Ambient Intelligence - ISC SAI,},
year={2022},
pages={167-176},
publisher={SciTePress},
organization={INSTICC},
doi={10.5220/0011346400003350},
isbn={978-989-758-600-2},
}

TY - CONF

JO - Proceedings of the 5th International Scientific Congress Society of Ambient Intelligence - ISC SAI,
TI - Diaspora Diplomacy: Contemporary Problems of Countries in the Sustainable Development Context
SN - 978-989-758-600-2
AU - Sheludiakova, N.
AU - Mietule, I.
AU - Mamurov, B.
AU - Karajanova, R.
AU - Kulishov, V.
PY - 2022
SP - 167
EP - 176
DO - 10.5220/0011346400003350