New Media Monitor Report: Public Diplomacy and the U.S. Congress
On Nov. 11, the USC Center on Public Diplomacy released a Media Monitor Report on Public Diplomacy and the U.S. Congress. The Media Monitor ran from September 2008 to November 10, 2010, and aggregated the legislative actions, such as U.S. House and Senate bills, resolutions and hearings related to public diplomacy, as well as media coverage on those actions.
The Media Monitor Report covers the following:
- Foreign Relations Authorization Act
- Congressional Caucus on Strategic Communications and Public Diplomacy
- Aid Diplomacy
- Future of Public Diplomacy Legislation
Click here to view the Public Diplomacy and the U.S. Congress Media Monitor Report.
To review past Media Monitor Reports, click here.
Previous reports on the direction of U.S. public diplomacy efforts can be found in the Center’s Resources section as part of a broader effort to collect Government Reports and Legislation from around the world.
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