The Paradox of US Public Diplomacy

The Institute for Public Diplomacy and Global Communication has recently published a report by Bruce Gregory called The Paradox of US Public Diplomacy: Its Rise and "Demise".

This report examines:

" transformational changes in diplomacy’s 21st century context: permeable borders and power diffusion, new diplomatic actors and issues, digital technologies and social media, and whole of government diplomacy. It critically assesses implications for diplomatic roles and risks, foreign ministries and diplomatic missions, and strategic planning. In an attempt to bridge scholarship and practice, the report explores operational and architectural consequences for diplomacy in a world that is more transparent, informal, and complex."


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