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Massimo Calebresi. (Nov 2011). Hillary Clinton and the Rise of Smart Power. Time Magazine.
Mai'a K. Davis-Cross. (Dec 2011). All Talk and No Action. EUNIC's 2011 Culture Report on Europe's Foreign Cultural Relations.
British Council. (Dec 2011). Trust: why it matters. Culture Report: EUNIC Yearbook 2011. European Union National Institutes for Culture.
Ahmed Younis and Dalia Mogahed. (Dec 2011). African, Gulf States Most Positive About Muslim-West Relations. Abu Dhabi Gallup Center.
Paul Rockower. (Mar 2011). Projecting Taiwan: Taiwan’s Public Diplomacy Outreach. Issues & Studies. Taiwan Foundation for Democracy. 107-152.
Lara Setrakian. (Feb 2012). The art of diplomacy. Monocle.
British Council. (Sep 2011). British Council Corporate Plan 2011-2015.
Corina R. Sanders. (Mar 2012). Outreach Trips Deepen ELOs’ Experience. State Magazine. U.S. Department of State. 10-11.
Daren Christopher. (Mar 2012). Empowering Equality. State Magazine. 26-29.
Jennie Germann Molz. (Nov 2010). Tourism, Global Culture and Transnational Diplomacy. World Politics Review.
Michael Harvey. (Nov 2011). British Power Beyond the Military: Smart On Soft Power. The World Today.
Daryl Copeland. (Nov 2009). How Obama’s Nobel can resurrect diplomacy. Embassy. 9.
Nicholas J. Cull. (Oct 2009). USIA: Gone but not Forgotten. Layalina Productions.
Moisés Naim. (Dec 2006). The YouTube Effect. Foreign Policy. 103-104.
Nancy Snow. (Dec 2006). Anti-Americanism and the Rise of Civic Diplomacy.
Helle C. Dale. (Feb 2012). Fill the Public Diplomacy Leadership Vacuum. The Heritage Foundation.
(Oct 2001). Report on Managed Information Dissemination. Department of Defense.
Daryl Copeland. (Nov 2011). Science Diplomacy: What’s It All About? University of Ottawa.
David Faris. (Apr 2011). We Are All Revolutionaries Now: Social Media Networks and the Egyptian Revolution. Social Media Revolutions: All Hype or New Reality?. 4-15.
Edward P. Djerejian. (Sep 2001). Changing Minds Winning Peace a New Strategic Direction for U.S. Public Diplomacy in the Arab & Muslim World. The Advisory Group on Public Diplomacy for the Arab and Muslim World.
(Sep 2011). Agile Global Development: Harnessing the Power of Real-Time Information. United Nations Global Pulse.
Daniel W. Drezner and Henry Farrell. (Nov 2004). Web of Influence. Foreign Policy.
Robert Kelley. (Nov 2011). Repairing the American Image, One Tweet at a Time. LSE Ideas. London School of Economics.
James K. Glassman & Dan Glickman. (Oct 2011). Strategic Public Diplomacy: The Case of Egypt. Bipartisan Policy Center's National Security Project.
James L. Jones. (Oct 2011). Investing in the Revolution: Economics and the Prospects for Democracy in Egypt. Bipartisan Policy Center's National Security Project.