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Kenneth Matwiczak. (Sep 2010). Public Diplomacy Model for the Assessment of Performance. Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, University of Texas at Austin.
Douglas Farah and Andy Mosher. (Sep 2010). Winds from the East: How the People's Republic of China Seeks to Influence the Media in Africa, Latin America, and Southeast Asia. Center for International Media Assistance.
Evans Phidelis Aryabaha. (Jun 2010). The Role of the Beijing Olympics in China's Public Diplomacy and its Impact on Politics, Economics and Environment. University of Malta.
Steven Kull. (May 2010). Americans and the World in Difficult Times. Program on International Policy Attitudes.
Ing. Olga Algayerova. (May 2010). Establishment of Public Diplomacy in Slovakia: An Effective New Approach. University of Malta.
Kristin M. Lord and Dr. Marc Lynch. (Jun 2012). America’s Extended Hand: Assessing the Obama Administration’s Global Engagement Strategy. Center for a New American Security.
Vladimir Radunovic. (May 2010). The Role of Information and Communication Technologies in Diplomacy and Diplomatic Service. University of Malta.
Paul Hare. (Mar 2010). U.S. Public Diplomacy for Cuba: Why It’s Needed and How to Do It. The Brookings Institution.
Helle Dale. (Mar 2010). Public Diplomacy and Strategic Communications Review: Key Issues for Congressional Oversight. The Heritage Foundation.
Mizuki Yamanaka. (Mar 2010). Change in Human Flows Between the United States and Japan. Mansfield Foundation.
R. Scott Appleby, Richard Cizik and Thomas Wright. (Feb 2010). Engaging Religious Communities Abroad: A New Imperative for U.S. Foreign Policy. The Chicago Council on Global Affairs.
Craig Hayden. (Feb 2010). Beyond Determinism: Public Diplomacy and New Media Technology in Practice. International Studies Association Conference.
Matt Armstrong. (Jan 2010). The State of State: A Proposal for Reorganization at Foggy Bottom. Progressive Policy Institute.
Brian M. Burton. (Jan 2010). Learning from Experience: Lessons from the QDR for the QDDR. Center for a New American Security.
Angelic Alihusain-del Castilho. (Jan 2010). The Positive Branding of Islam: A Case Study of Islamic Countries, their Public Diplomacy Efforts and Effectiveness. University of Malta.
Alex Evans, Bruce Jones and David Steven. (Jan 2010). Confronting the Long Crisis of Globalization: Risk, Resilience, and International Order. The Brookings Institution and The Center on International Cooperation.
Aimee R. Fullman. (Jan 2010). The Art of Engagement: U.S. Public and Cultural Diplomacy Timeline (October 1999-2009). Robert Sterling Clark Foundation.
Kristin M. Lord. (Jan 2010). Engaging the Private Sector for the Public Good: The Power of Network Diplomacy. Center for a New American Security.
Michael Egner. (Jan 2010). Between Slogans and Solutions: A Frame-Based Assessment Methodology for Public Diplomacy. RAND.
Noam Lemelshtrich Latar, Gregory Asmolov and Alex Gekker. (Jan 2010). State Cyber Advocacy. The Tenth Annual Herzliya Conference.
Andrew Mackay and Steve Tatham. (Dec 2009). Behavioural Conflict--From General to Strategic Corporal: Complexity, Adaptation and Influence. Defence Academy of the United Kingdom.
John Brademas Center for the Study of Congress. (Dec 2009). Moving Forward: A Renewed Role for American Arts and Artists in the Global Age.
US Joint Forces Command. (Jun 2010). Commander’s Handbook for Strategic Communication and Communication Strategy.
GfK Roper Public Affairs & Media. (Oct 2009). Anholt-GfK Roper’s Nation Brands Index 2009 Report: Holland.
APSA Task Force on U.S. Standing in World Affairs. (Sep 2009). U.S. Standing in the World: Causes, Consequences, and the Future. American Political Science Association.