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Quantum Diplomacy, German-US Relations and the Psychogeography of Berlin

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This article is inspired by a series of events that took place in February 2011 around the effort to negotiate a memorial in Berlin on the occasion of the one-hundredth anniversary of the birth of President Ronald Reagan. A thought experiment with images is constructed to consider whether these events — produced by the ubiquity, interconnectivity and reflexivity of global media — are symptomatic of a new quantum diplomacy.

Affiliations: 1: Watson Institute for International Studies, Brown University Providence RI USA American Academy in Berlin Berlin Germany


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