Omanâ€™s Diplomacy Strategy: Maneuvering Tools to Face Regional Challenges
Hani Albasoos and
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Hani Albasoos: Department of political Science, Sultan Qaboos University, Sultanate of Oman
Musallam Maashani: Department of political Science, Sultan Qaboos University, Sultanate of Oman
International Journal of Research in Business and Social Science (2147-4478), 2020, vol. 9, issue 2, 152-163
The role of Omani diplomacy is visible in promoting its foreign policy and fulfilling the Sultanâ€™s vision. Since 1970, Oman adopted a different foreign policy in both regional and international arenas characterized by independence, pragmatism, and moderation. This approach was reshaped after Sultan Qaboos bin Said seized rule. His first order of business was to accelerate the steps towards modernizing the Sultanate by adopting a nation-wide social, educational, and cultural reform often referred to as the Omani Renaissance. To translate the Sultanâ€™s vision to reality, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) has adopted a well-structured mechanism that will enhance diplomatic relations with various countries of the world. This research highlights Omanâ€™s diplomacy strategy post-1970. It focuses on Omanâ€™s foreign policy doctrine and examines the different categories of diplomacy that have been practiced in achieving Oman's foreign policy. The research includes the following types of diplomacy: official, mediation, tolerance and co-existence, economy, cultural, water, poet, aviation, and non-governmental diplomacy. This paper attempts to contribute to academia by providing a comprehensive outlook on Omanâ€™s diplomacy, focusing on this topic from a practical point of view. It presents Omani diplomacy through dialogue and negotiations. It assembles a clear direction for the reader based on information, including personal communication with Omani diplomats. Key Words:Oman, Diplomacy, Challanges
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