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Do not overlook domestic actors impacting public diplomacy, writes Jitka Pánek Jurková in a recent edition of the Polish Political Science Yearbook.
A Center for American Progress (CAP) report assesses how U.S. policy overlooks Iranian soft power influence in the Middle East.
Combatting the "male, pale and Yale" image of the foreign policy sector: Vestige Strategies offers insight to improve diversity and inclusion.
Are Twitter "likes" indicative of meaningful relationships? A new study proposes a new way to measure social media's impact on nation brands.
The latest issue of The Hague Journal of Diplomacy is full of public diplomacy content, including Andreas Pacher's tools for navigating multiple strategic publics.
The Facebook guide positions images as a "new form of language."
A former editor describes his time at Hi magazine, the U.S. government-funded, Arabic-language publication that aimed to win hearts and minds in the Middle East.
USC Annenberg Professor Paolo Sigismondi discusses the translation and soft power implications of "cool."
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