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by Edited by Ali Fisher and Scott Lucas


Scott Lucas is Professor of American Studies at the University of Birmingham, United Kingdom, and the creator of EAWorldView.

Scott Lucas is Professor of American Studies at the University of Birmingham, United Kingdom, and the creator of EAWorldView.

In the last decade public diplomacy has become one of the most important concepts in the development and implementation of foreign policy. Scott Lucas is Professor of American Studies at the University of Birmingham, United Kingdom, and the creator of EAWorldView.

Ultimately, a collaborative public diplomacy must be built on a broad understanding of those involved, the recognition of stakeholders as peers, and effective interaction with networks made up of traditional and new interlocutors. No current Talk conversations about this book.

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The essays in this collection, compiled by Fisher (Mappa Munda Consulting) and Lucas (University of Birmingham), focus on a new public diplomacy grounded in communities where participants "cooperate and co-create" in networks of connections. Scott Lucas, "Let's Make This Happen: The Tension of the Unipolar in US Public Diplomacy. Part II discusses diplomatic processes and functions, with chapters on technological change, public diplomacy, economic diplomacy, military and security diplomacy, and cultural diplomacy.

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In the last decade public diplomacy has become one of the most important concepts in the development and implementation of foreign policy. Trials of Engagement: The Future of US Public Diplomacy, with contributors from leading scholars in disciplines from international relations to communications, considers the challenges for this 'new' public diplomacy, especially as it is pursued by the US Government. It highlights the challenges of aligning policy and projection, overcoming bureaucratic tensions, and the language used by public diplomats. Most importantly, the volume illustrates that the issues for public diplomacy are more than those of a producer seeking to win the hearts and minds of passive 'audiences'. Trials of Engagement portrays public diplomacy as an increasingly public project. To overcome the trials of engagement, public diplomacy must provide more than a rhetorical nod to a "two-way" process. Ultimately, a collaborative public diplomacy must be built on a broad understanding of those involved, the recognition of stakeholders as peers, and effective interaction with networks made up of traditional and new interlocutors.

Trials of Engagement (Diplomatic Studies) epub download

ISBN13: 978-9004179400

ISBN: 9004179402

Author: Edited by Ali Fisher and Scott Lucas

Category: Other

Subcategory: Social Sciences

Language: English

Publisher: Martinus Nijhoff (December 17, 2010)

Pages: 312 pages

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