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Colleen Graffy. (Sep 2009). The Rise of Public Diplomacy 2.0. The Journal of International Security Affairs. 47-53.
Mark Dubowitz. (Sep 2009). Wanted: A War on Terrorist Media. The Journal of International Security Affairs. 55-62.
Nancy Snow. (Nov 2009). The Death of Public Diplomacy Has Been Greatly Exaggerated. Layalina Perspectives.
Samantha M. Shapiro. (Sep 2009). Can the Muppets Make Friends in Ramallah? The New York Times Magazine. 38-43.
Joe B. Johnson. (Oct 2009). The Next Generation. Foreign Service Journal. 22-28.
William A. Rugh. (Oct 2009). PD Practitioners: Still Second-Class Citizens. Foreign Service Journal. 29-34.
Michael McClellan. (Oct 2009). A Holistic Approach. Foreign Service Journal. 35-41.
William P. Kiehl. (Oct 2009). Addressing the Public Diplomacy Challenge. Foreign Service Journal. 47-51.
Robert McMahon. (Oct 2009). Channeling the Cold War: U.S. Overseas Broadcasting. Foreign Service Journal. 52-58.
Jade Miller. (Aug 2009). Soft Power and State–Firm Diplomacy: Congress and IT Corporate Activity in China. International Studies Perspectives. 285-302.
Joseph S. Nye Jr.. (Jul 2009). Get Smart: Combining Hard and Soft Power. Foreign Affairs. Council on Foreign Relations
Benjamin E. Goldsmith and Yusaku Horiuchi. (Jul 2009). Spinning the Globe? U.S. Public Diplomacy and Foreign Public Opinion. The Journal of Politics. Cambridge University Press863-875.
Keith Reinhard. (Sep 2009). Public Diplomacy: From Rhetoric to Reality. International Educator. NAFSA4-9.
Neal M. Rosendorf. (Mar 2009). Popaganda: What Hollywood Can Do for (and to) China. The American Interest.
Joshua S. Fouts & Rita J. King. (Feb 2009). Digital Diplomacy: Understanding Islam through Virtual Worlds. Policy Innovations. Carnegie Council
William A. Rugh. (Feb 2009). Repairing American Public Diplomacy. Arab Media & Society.
Doug Wilson. (Jan 2009). Public Diplomacy Can Help Restore Lost U.S. Credibility. Change for America: A Progressive Blueprint for the 44th President.
John O. Voll. (Nov 2008). Trans-state Muslim Movements and Militant Extremists in an Era of Soft Power. Religious Pluralism, Globalization and World Politics. Oxford Scholarship Online Monographs
Keith Dinnie. (Feb 2008). Japan’s Nation Branding: Recent Evolution and Potential Future Paths. Journal of Current Japanese Affairs. 52-65.
Simon Anholt. (Nov 2008). ‘Nation Branding’ in Asia. Place Branding and Public Diplomacy. 265-269.
Michael J. Bustamante and Julia E. Sweig. (Mar 2008). Buena Vista Solidarity and the Axis of Aid: Cuban and Venezuelan Public Diplomacy. The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. 223-256.
Manuel Castells. (Mar 2008). The New Public Sphere: Global Civil Society, Communication Networks, and Global Governance. The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. 78-93.
Daryl Copeland and Evan H. Potter. (Oct 2008). Public Diplomacy in Conflict Zones: Military Information Operations Meet Political Counter-Insurgency. The Hague Journal of Diplomacy. 277-297.
Geoffrey Cowan and Nicholas J. Cull. (Mar 2008). Public Diplomacy in a Changing World. The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. 6-8.
Geoffrey Cowan and Amelia Arsenault. (Mar 2008). Moving from Monologue to Dialogue to Collaboration: The Three Layers of Public Diplomacy. The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. 10-30.