• Public Diplomacy: Panagiotis Agrafiotis on the Discreet Charm of Press Officers

    Public Diplomacy: Panagiotis Agrafiotis on the Discreet Charm of Press Officers0

    Public diplomacy [JB emphasis]is a widely and frequently used term that “has been defined so many times over the years by different actors in different nations, that it is difficult, if not impossible, to establish a singular definition which reflects the broad array of interests and practices associated with it”[1]. The term “public diplomacy” was coined in 1965 by Edmund Gullion, Dean of the Edward Murrow Center of Public Diplomacy at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University[2]. Gullion, who believed that journalists and diplomats had much in common, defined Public Diplomacy as “dealing with the influence of public attitudes on the formation and execution of foreign policies”, which was further defined as “using modern instruments and techniques of communication to inform large or influential segments of national populations that may even motivate them to a particular course of action”[3]. In other words, Public Diplomacy’s ultim..

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  • File Notes on Information, Communication, and Public Diplomacy (#97)

    File Notes on Information, Communication, and Public Diplomacy (#97)1

    Arabs need to read in their own language so they can understand and discuss the various aspects and complications of democracy in the United States and the West. If an Egyptian reads an article exposing the actual cost of a construction project in Washington, then he or she would be able to better understand the

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  • Expert says Russia, US and China leaders in digital diplomacy

    Expert says Russia, US and China leaders in digital diplomacy0

    Russia, USA, China, Iran, France and Germany are the modern world’s leaders in digital diplomacy, says Professor of American studies, St. Petersburg state University Natalia Tsvetkova. «According to our data, there are several leading countries… In my opinion, today Russia, USA, China, Iran, France, and Germany are leaders in the development of digital diplomacy,» she

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