Public diplomacy [entry in The Oxford Encyclopedia of American Military and Diplomatic History]


The Oxford Encyclopedia of American Military and Diplomatic History$Public Diplomacy Public diplomacy is the process by which an international actor pursues the ends of foreign policy by engaging a foreign ..
Cold War (1945–1991)
Diplomacy, Theories of
Foundations, Philanthropic, and U.S. Foreign Policy
Fulbright, William (1905–1995)
Good Neighbor Policy
Media, Role of, in U.S. Foreign Policy
Political Warfare
Public Opinion, Influence of, on U.S. Diplomacy
Soft Power, Concept of
United States Information Agency
Voice of America
Warfare, Psychological
War Propaganda and Popular Culture, American …
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