The Public Diplomacy Council has released its newest publication, Nontraditional U.S. Public Diplomacy: Past, Present, and Future.
This volume showcases key innovations and lessons in U.S. diplomacy since World War One. Ideal for practitioners, analysts, students, and others, the book delivers compelling engagement strategies and primary research for shaping and communicating policy among increasingly diverse, collaborative, and powerful publics. Eleven authors representing a variety of public diplomacy specialties, geographies, and sectors offer timely insights for new and seasoned readers of global relations. Chapter topics include defining the craft, transnational applied cultural networks, engagement with religious communities, strategic communication during the Iraq and Afghan wars, cutting-edge science diplomacy, international education using social media, MOOCs, and much more.
Following The Last Three Feet: Case Studies in Public Diplomacy (2014, 2d ed.), Nontraditional U.S. Public Diplomacy is the fifth book in the Public Diplomacy Council Series. Contributors are Anthony C. E. Quainton, John Brown, Dick Virden, Carol Balassa, Robert Albro, Peter Kovach, Helle C. Dale, Deborah L. Trent (editor), Craig Hayden, Jong-on Hahm, and Brian E. Carlson.
You can now purchase the book on Amazon.com