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Author: Kennon Nakamura
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: issues, current, background, diplomacy, public
Number of Pages: 70
Published: 2010-11
ISBN-10: 1437927491
ISBN-13: 9781437927498

Public diplomacy describes a government¿s efforts to conduct foreign policy and promote national interests through direct outreach and commun. with the population of a foreign country. Activities include providing info. to foreign publics through broadcast and Internet media and at libraries and other outreach facilities in foreign countries; conducting cultural diplomacy, such as art exhibits and music performances; and admin. internat. educational and professional exchange programs. This report discusses the issues concerning U.S. public diplomacy. Determining levels of public diplomacy fun

Authors: Charles Wolf, Jr., Brian Rosen
Publisher: RAND
Keywords: improve, think, diplomacy, public
Number of Pages: 100
Published: 2004
ISBN-10: 0833036858
ISBN-13: 9780833036858

The authors propose a new approach to conceptualizing and conducting public diplomacy, defined as a process of informing and convincing foreign publics, especially those in the Muslim world, that the ideals Americans cherish-such as pluralism, freedom, women’s rights, and democracy

Author: Charles W. Freeman, Jr.
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: dictionary, diplomat
Number of Pages: 616
Published: 1994-11-01
ISBN-10: 0788125664
ISBN-13: 9780788125669

This dictionary grew out of the experiences, readings, & reflections of a career diplomat well versed in the arts of persuasion, diplomacy, & discretion, & tested during times of crisis. An invaluable storehouse for those called upon to serve as mediator, negotiator, governmental officers or business leaders. During his many years of foreign service, the author collected many fragments of classic wisdom, cautionary advice, urbane observations, & witty insights on the art of diplomacy from numerous cultures & eras, often translating them from the original languages himself. Extensive bibliograp

Author: Andrew Fenton Cooper
Publisher: United Nations University Press
Keywords: new, diplomacy, towards, governance, global, enhancing
Number of Pages: 324
Published: 2002
ISBN-10: 928081074X
ISBN-13: 9789280810745

Enhancing Global Governance analyzes the means by which global governance has been promoted by innovative diplomatic practices. The impetus for a new diplomacy has emerged not from traditional channels, but through a series of cross cutting coalitions among like-minded states and civil society. The question of how these alternative leadership forms have been expressed through the United Nations system, together with an evaluation of the impact they have achieved, provides the fundamental theme of this book.Following an overview of the frustrations concerning the nature of leadership from the U

Author: Peter G. Peterson
Publisher: Council on Foreign Relations
Keywords: force, task, sponsored, council, relations, foreign, independent, report, voice, america, strategy, reinvigorating, diplomacy, public, finding
Number of Pages: 102
Published: 2003
ISBN-10: 0876093217
ISBN-13: 9780876093214

The United States is not effectively responding to the growing anti-Americanism that is taking root around the world. To address this concern, the Council on Foreign Relations has updated its Independent Task Force report on public diplomacy. In the wake of the US-led invasion of Iraq and the breakdown of diplomacy on allisides, international public opinion of the United States and US policy continues to fall. This Task Force report elucidates some potential dangers stemming from this problem: immediate security risks from those who hate America most, a softening of international cooperation o

Author: William Trescot
Publisher: Applewood Books
Keywords: revolution, diplomacy
Number of Pages: 186
Published: 2009-02-27
ISBN-10: 142901704X
ISBN-13: 9781429017046

Author: Jess T. Ford
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: congressional, oversight, issues, key, diplomacy, public
Number of Pages: 43
Published: 2009-09
ISBN-10: 1437917402
ISBN-13: 9781437917406

Since the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the U.S. government has spent at least $10 billion on communication efforts designed to advance the strategic interests of the U.S. However, foreign public opinion polling data shows that negative views towards the U.S. persist despite the collective efforts to counteract them by the State Dept., Broadcasting Board of Governors, U.S. Agency for International Development, Dept. of Defense, and other U.S. government agencies. Based on the significant role U.S. strategic communication and public diplomacy efforts can play in promoting U.S. national security objec
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