JDR Vol 1 No 1 December 2019

ISSN: 2687_590X


Journal of Diplomatic Research (JDR) is an international peer-reviewed academic journal published electronically on a biannual basis by the Association for Research on Diplomacy (DARD). Concordantly, JDR is open to all original studies on international relations, political science as well as theoretical, historical and methodological studies on diplomacy.


The goal of JDR is to present to the audience the studies on diplomatic history, diplomacy theories, diplomacy studies with quantitative, qualitative and integrated research methods, military diplomacy as well as other interdisciplinary diplomatic research and book reviews.

In this context, JDR stands as an international peer-reviewed academic journal bringing together scientists analyzing the phenomenon of diplomacy from all perspectives. Diplomatic history, diplomatic theory and new diplomacy types form the primary area of investigation. Principally, JDR presents to its audience the information and understanding in the framework of: Structural problematiques of the subject of diplomacy, latest understandings, theories and concepts on diplomacy, traditional research on diplomacy, diplomacy law and history, case studies on diplomatic processes and negotiations, application of various research methods on diplomatic research.

Cover and Content

Editorial Introduction - R. Kutay Karaca

George W. Bush, Diplomacy, and Going to War with Iraq, 2001 - 2003 - Joseph M. Siracusa & Laurens J. Visser

Turkey's adjustment to the emerging post-western international order: The Russian connection - Tarık Oğuzlu

Personalization in Political Leadership: An Analysis of Vladimir Putin - Sertan Akbaba

BM Barışı Koruma Operasyonları’nın Yerel Polis Kapasitesinin Geliştirilmesine Etkisinin Analizi: Haiti Örneği - Alptekin Aslantaş