Governance has become more transparent because of consistent audit by these non-governmental bodies. Technology has played a major role in surveying these diplomatic talks between nations. The internet and mass media has been spreading their broadcast network globally which has enabled the common man to access most of the sensitive information which otherwise was only available to the diplomats. This audit has made diplomats to become more responsible in their approach which is now very much visible and involves the well-being of their nation’s people. Overall, globalization can be stated as the structural cause of the change in diplomacy since 2000. The extent of relationship types have changed from just being trade and business to new territories like social, cultural, environment, climate change, after effects of their respective investments in other countries. Climate change is one of the most central issues which arise in every trade and business relations. Technology has enabled diplomats to make use of it and cut down cost, become more precise, communicate elaborately and non-threateningly, etc. (Saddiki, 2006). Large corporations have taken forefront positions in many diplomatic negotiations today, unlike in 2000, because international relations are dominantly dependent on these companies’ investments.