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This book is a much-needed update on our understanding of public diplomacy. It intends to stimulate new thinking on what is one of the most remarkable recent developments in diplomatic practice that has challenged practitioners as much as scholars. Thought-leaders and up-and-coming authors in Debating Public Diplomacy agree that official efforts to create and maintain relationships with publics in other societies encounter unprecedented and often unexpected difficulties. Resurgent geo-strategic rivalry and technological change affecting state-society relations are among the factors complicating international relationships in a much more citizen-centric world. This book discusses today’s most pressing public diplomacy challenges, including recent sharp power campaigns, the rise of populism, the politicization of diaspora relations, deep-rooted nation-state-based perspectives on culture, and public diplomacy’s contribution to counterterrorism. With influential academic voices exploring policy implications for tomorrow, this collection of essays is also forward-looking by examining unfolding trends in public diplomacy strategies and practices.

Originally published as Volume 14, Nos. 1-2 (2019) pp. 1-197 in Brill’s journal The Hague Journal of Diplomacy.
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© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2011 DOI: 10.1163/187119111X583941 The Hague Journal of Diplomacy 6 (2011) 351-372 brill.nl/hjd American Public Diplomacy: Enduring Characteristics, Elusive Transformation Bruce Gregory Institute of Public Diplomacy and Global Communication, George Washington

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In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy

Introduction 1 The purpose of this article is to consider public diplomacy’s future, as seen through the prism of public diplomacy between hostile nations. The focus is on democratic states in hostile, or adversarial, relations with non-democratic states. In such adversarial diplomatic

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In: Debating Public Diplomacy

Introduction 1 The purpose of this article is to consider public diplomacy’s future, as seen through the prism of public diplomacy between hostile nations. The focus is on democratic states in hostile, or adversarial, relations with non-democratic states. In such adversarial diplomatic

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In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy

During the Cold War, the United States sought to capture the hearts and minds of the people in nations where communism was an attractive model for economic, political, and social development. Public diplomacy was a part of its strategy for countering anti-American propaganda and activities in

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In: Journal of American-East Asian Relations

complex, another example of the city’s spectacular modernist architecture. But what you may not know is that within the modernist Sant Pau site, you can find an original and powerful public diplomacy tool that is dedicated to strengthening Spain’s relations with the Asia-Pacific region: Casa Asia . Casa

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