- Public diplomacy
- 20th February 2019
Image from article, with caption: Portugal’s Antonio Felix da Costa won the opening race of the Formula E season in Saudi Arabia. (SPA)
With the recent transformations in the international political scene, traditional ways of achieving foreign policy aims have also transformed. Earlier approaches such as foreign aid and diplomacy were the most common ways of achieving foreign policy goals. Now, “national integrity” is respected by all states in the international order and public diplomacy is the most common way to achieve goals.
Public diplomacy [JB emphasis] has become a significant instrument of foreign policy and is used by states to influence public opinion and the ruling class. In essence, public diplomacy is the promotion of ideas and national interests by informing and educating people around the world through cultural activities, exchange programs and social media.
Saudi Arabia’s priorities are increasingly focused on enhancing its public image by becoming more transparent in..
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[Boston, Sunday, December 9, 10:00-11:45 am ]
14-40 US-Russia Public Diplomacy [JB emphasis] – Tremont, 1
Chair: Jennifer Hudson, U of Texas at Dallas
Papers: Meri Elisabet Herrala, U of Helsinki (Finland)
“Soviet Elite Performers in America in the 1950s and 1960s”
Jennifer Hudson, U of Texas at Dallas
“Cold War Grassroots Diplomacy”
Lyubov A Ginzburg, United Nations
“Performing as Global Citizens: UN Educational Outreach Activities in Studying History and International Relations”
Disc.: William Benton Whisenhunt, College of DuPage
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UK Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the Conference on Disarmament
21st February 2020 Geneva, Switzerland
Disarmament blog: the P5 meet in London Last week saw a major milestone in preparations for the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) Review Conference in April, when the five NPT Nuclear Weapon States met at Lancaster House in London for their ninth annual ‘P5’ conference.
We began the Conference by welcoming the new RevCon President-designate, Gustavo Zlauvinen of Argentina, and the chairs of the three Main Committees, collectively known as the Bureau. It was useful to hear more about what they thought the key issues for the RevCon would be, what a successful outcome might look like, and what they thought the P5 could do to help achieve it.
In the afternoon, we continued the P5 Conference tradition of a civil society segment. This one was bigger and better than ever: thanks to our partners at King’s College London and the European Leadershi..
Does U.S. government-funded broadcasting enhance national security by reporting facts to a curious world in a digital age? Billions of multimedia consumers around the planet would readily agree that unbiased information about America and the world is more crucial than ever before. Contrast the “fake” or distorted news propagated by Russian international channels, or those
Mit einer Software wollte das Zweite die Netzwerke der Macht offenlegen. Doch nach nur einem halben Jahr beendet der Sender sein Prestigeprojekt für mehr Transparenz. Im Regierungsviertel in Berlin haben auch zahlreiche Firmenrepräsentanzen und Lobbygruppen ihren Sitz. © Sean Gallup/Getty Images Das Zweite Deutsche Fernsehen will den Lobbyradar einstellen, das erfuhr ZEIT ONLINE aus Kreisen