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M.E. Guajardo Villar. (Jun 2012). How is Mexico implementing its soft power by means of its public diplomacy to influence its international image? Leiden University.
Ferry de Kerckhove. (Sep 2012). Canada and Iran: Looking Beyond the Present. 2012 Canadian Defence & Foreign Affairs Institute.
Robin Brown. (Sep 2012). The Four Paradigms of Public Diplomacy: Building a Framework for Comparative Government External Communications Research. Institute of Communication Studies. University of Leeds.
Matthew Wallin. (Aug 2012). The New Public Diplomacy Imperative: America's Vital Need to Communicate Strategically. American Security Project.
(Jul 2012). Most Muslims Want Democracy, Personal Freedoms, and Islam in Political Life: Few Believe U.S. Backs Democracy. Pew Global Attitudes Project.
(Jun 2012). Mapping Internationalization on U.S. Campuses: 2012 Edition. Center for Internationalization and Global Engagement. American Council on Education.
Adam Clayton Powell III. (Sep 2012). Bigger Cities, Smaller Screens: Urbanization, Mobile Phones, and Digital Media Trends in Africa. Center for International Media Assistance.
John Robert Kelley. (Apr 2012). The Agenda-Setting Power of Epistemic Communities in Public Diplomacy. School of International Service, American University.
(Jun 2012). Global Opinion of Obama Slips, International Policies Faulted: Drone Strikes Widely Opposed. Pew Global Attitudes Project.
Lawrence Susskind and Shafiqul Islam. (Aug 2012). Water Diplomacy. AAAS Center for Science Diplomacy.
Prachi Naik. (Aug 2012). An Examination of the Fulbright Program International Educational Exchange from a National Security Perspective. American Security Project.
Chris Forster. (Jan 2006). China’s Secret Weapon? The Foreign Policy Centre.
Margaret H. DeFleur and Melvin L. DeFleur. (Sep 2002). The Next Generation's Image of Americans Attitudes and Beliefs Held by Teen-Agers in Twelve Countries. Boston University.
Harvey B. Feigenbaum. (Jan 2003). Globalization and Cultural Diplomacy. Center for Arts and Culture.
Ralph K.M. Haurwitz. (Jul 2006). Study of Foriegn Languages a Low Priority in U.S. Higher Education. Austin American Statesman.
Craig A. Hayden. (Jan 2003). Power in Media Frames: Thinking about Strategic Framing and Media System Dependency and the Events of September 11, 2001. University of Southern California Annenberg School for Communication.
Philip Seib. (Jan 2009). Public Diplomacy and Journalism: Parallels, Ethical Issues, and Practical Concerns. American Behavioral Scientist. Sage Publications. 772-786.
Jake Townsend. (Aug 2011). Country: Know Thyself. Huffington Post.
Harold C. Pachios. (Mar 2003). Televising Balanced Fair News: New Arabic Network Will Provide America a Voice in the Middle East. Los Angeles Daily Journal.
Jon B. Alterman and Michael Dziuban. (Dec 2010). Water as a Strategic Resource in the Middle East. Clear Gold.
Kristin M. Lord. (Nov 2008). Voices of America: U.S. Public Diplomacy for the 21st Century. Brookings Institute.
Matthew Wallin. (Feb 2013). The Challenges of the Internet and Social Media in Public Diplomacy. American Security Project.
Aziz Al-Azmeh. (Feb 2004). The Arabs and the US after the Invasion of Iraq: Politics and Prejudice. Center for Policy Studies. 1-41.
(Feb 2003). Arts and Minds: Cultural Diplomacy and Global Tensions. National Arts Journalism Program, Arts International and the Center for Arts & Culture.
BBC World Service. (Jan 2006). Global Poll Finds Diverse Economic Perceptions. GlobeScan and the BBC World Service Program on International Policy Attitudes. Globe Scan.