Posts tagged with: Japan
Adam Clayton Powell III
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PRI's The World
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Apr 26 2006 - A New Look at Cultural Diplomacy: A Call to Japan's Cultural Practitioners. (Digital Hollywood University)
Apology Diplomacy: Justice for All?
Netherlands Institute of International Relations ‘Clingendael’.
Japan’s Nation Branding: Recent Evolution and Potential Future Paths. Journal of Current Japanese Affairs
Meeting the Enemy, Becoming a Friend: A Personal Journey and Challenge for All of Us to Become More Responsible Global Citizens.
Boulder: Bauu Press.
Christopher J. Finlay and Xin Xin .
Public diplomacy games: a comparative study of American and Japanese responses to the interplay of nationalism, ideology and Chinese soft power strategies around the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Sport in Society: Cultures, Commerce, Media, Politics
Routledge. 13:5. P876-900.
May 30 2012
- Public Diplomacy in Northeast Asia: A Comparative Perspective. The Brookings Institution
Norman P. Neureiter.
Science Diplomacy- What is it and can it make a difference? NCURA Magazine
Washington, DC: National Council of University Research Administrators. XLIV:6. P6-10.
The Japan Foundation
Tokyo, Japan, New York, NY & Los Angeles, CA
The Japan Foundation is a Japanese public organization dedicated to implementing comprehensive international cultural exchange projects in every region of the globe. Through its activities, it contributes to the deepening of mutual international understanding and the building of peace in the international community. These activities are implemented in the following ways: arts and cultural exchange, Japanese-language education overseas, and Japanese studies and intellectual exchange. The Japan Foundation also runs the Center for Global Partnership which is dedicated to strengthening ties between Japan and the U.S.
The Rhetoric of Soft Power: Public Diplomacy in Global Contexts.
Lanham: Lexington Books.