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Ellen Huijgh. (Oct 2017). Indonesia's "Intermestic" Public Diplomacy: Features and Future. Politics & Policy. 762-792.
Natalie Laifer and Nicholas Kitchen. (Oct 2017). Making Soft Power Work: Theory and Practice in Australia's International Education Policy. Politics & Policy. 813-840.
Kejin Zhao. (Oct 2017). China's Public Diplomacy for International Public Goods. Politics & Policy. 706-732.
Stuart Murray. (Oct 2017). Sports Diplomacy in the Australian Context: Theory Into Strategy. Politics & Policy. 841-861.
Robert G. Patman and Lloyd S. Davis. (Oct 2017). Science Diplomacy in the Indo-Pacific Region: A Mixed but Promising Experience. Politics & Policy. 862-878.
Efe Sevin. (Oct 2017). A Multilayered Approach to Public Diplomacy Evaluation: Pathways of Connection. Politics & Policy. 879-901.
Caitlin Byrne and Rebecca Hall. (Jul 2011). Australia’s International Education as Public Diplomacy: Soft Power Potential. Clingendael Publications.
Andreas Pacher. (Nov 2017). The Ritual Creation of Political Symbols: International Exchanges in Public Diplomacy. SSRN
Dalia Amara. (Sep 2017). Events Tourism: A Potential to Build a Tourist Destination Branding: the Case of Cultural Events in Egypt. International Journal of Heritage, Tourism, and Hospitality. 1-12.
Abdolmoghset Banikamal and Wahabuddin Ra'ees. (Jan 2018). Iran's Educational Diplomacy in the Muslim World: Activities of Al-Mustafa International University in Malaysia and Afghanistan. Insight Turkey. Ankara: 165-188.
Wayne Nelles. (Feb 2004). American Public Diplomacy as Pseudo-Education: A Problematic National Security and Counter-Terrorism Instrument. International Politics. Palgrave Macmillan65-93.
John Connell. (Feb 2018). Fiji, Rugby and the Geopolitics of Soft Power: Shaping National and International Identity. New Zealand Geographer.