Philip Seib is a Professor of Journalism, Public Diplomacy, and International Relations at the University of Southern California. He is author or editor of numerous books such as: Headline Diplomacy, The Global Journalist, Beyond the Front Lines, Broadcasts from the Blitz, New Media and the New Middle East, The Al Jazeera Effect, Global Terrorism and New Media, Al Jazeera English, Real-Time Diplomacy and The Future of Diplomacy. He is editor of the Palgrave Macmillan Series in International Political Communication and co-editor of both the Palgrave Macmillan Series in Global Public Diplomacy and the journal Media, War, and Conflict. Seib directed the USC Center on Public Diplomacy from 2009-2013.
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What's "In the Works" for Phil Seib? September 7, 2016.
- Thinking and Writing About Terrorism: Reflections on an Uncertain World | CPD Blog | Jul 3, 2016
- Obama’s Tweet Meister | CPD Blog | Jun 9, 2016
- An Important CVE Step from the State Department | CPD Blog | May 30, 2016
- Public Diplomacy in the Pacific | CPD Blog | May 25, 2016
- The Case for Georgia Joining NATO | CPD Blog | Apr 12, 2016
- Underestimating the Islamic State | CPD Blog | Mar 17, 2016
- The Turkish Puzzle | CPD Blog | Jan 11, 2016
- The Reality of Kurdistan | CPD Blog | Jan 5, 2016
- When Will It End? | CPD Blog | Nov 17, 2015
- Fighting the Information War | CPD Blog | Sep 29, 2015