The Diplomacy Role When Introducing The Intellectual Wars Using The Cognitive Modeling

Abstract

The authors analyse in the article diplomatic techniques and tools used by different states in the domestic and foreign policy aimed at preserving the human resources. The study of the activities of the large military-political groups and military blocs showed how the arms race was accelerated and how the aggressive policy was carried out with the use of the armed force, and thus the atmosphere of the mutual mistrust and suspicion thickened. The authors, using the method of the cognitive modelling and building the cognitive maps, showed the connections in the analysed social practices from the standpoint of the means of the diplomatic pressure used by the diplomats and intelligence officers to achieve the goals in the foreign and domestic political spheres of the state influence. In the study, the authors analysed the social practices associated with the options for using the diplomatic tools in solving fateful issues related to the foreign and domestic policies of the large states in the world space and clearly showed through the cognitive modelling the interconnection of the components associated with the political decisions aimed at reducing the risks of the potentially dangerous situations leading to emergencies of war and peacetime.

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Publisher

European Publisher

First Online

25.09.2021

Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.09.02.310

Online ISSN

2357-1330