Part I. Public Diplomacy in Europe and in Southwest Asia
1. Ameliorating Strained Relations: Public Diplomacy in Serbia
2. Revitalizing Relations with Turkey
Nicole E. Farina
3. Iran and the United Kingdom: A Study in Contrasts
Sarah M. Riley
4. Afghanistan and Pakistan: Public Diplomacy during Conflict and Instability
Rachel E. Smith
Part II. Public Diplomacy in Africa
5. Kenya’s “Native Son” and Enduring Local Issues
6. Sierra Leone: Public Diplomacy Unwired
Tulani N. Elisa
Part III. Public Diplomacy in Asia
7. The Staying Power of Personal Contact in South Korean Public Diplomacy
8. Economic Issues and Anti-Americanism in Japan
Part IV. New Media or Old?
9. U.S. Public Diplomacy 2.0 in Asia: Beyond Catch-up
10. New Media or “the Last Three Feet” in Africa?
Rachel O. Okunubi
11. New Media or Old in Egypt and South Korea?
12. Finding the Right Media Formula—from the Soviet Union to Russia
Elise S. Crane
Part V. New Thinking about Public Diplomacy
13. Should Public Diplomacy Be Privatized?
Nicole Gabrielle Kravec
14. Do Peace Corps Volunteers Do Public Diplomacy?
15. Conclusion: Field Experiences and Best Practices
William A. Rugh
- Rugh, William A.
- Publication year
- Palgrave Macmillan Series in Global Public Diplomacy
- Page amount
- 280 pages
- eISBN (PDF)
- Printed ISBN