This paper began life as a contribution to the International interdisciplinary symposium “Unclenching Fists: Dialogue and Diversity in Diplomatic Interaction,” organized in Hamburg in May 2010. It was revised for the workshop “International Relationships in the Information Age,” April 1, 2012, International Studies Association, and I am grateful to all participants for their input and most especially to J. P. Singh who coordinated the process. Daniel Drezner, Archon Fung, Beth Simmons, and J. P. Singh all provided extensive and helpful feedback. I am also grateful to the numerous serving and former Foreign Service officers of the United States and other governments whose perceptions and experiences have informed this project. Of the administrators of US public diplomacy Joseph D. Duffey, the late Penn Kemble, James Glassman and Goli Ameri were especially helpful. I also appreciate the help of the now-retired director of the Office of Innovative Engagement, William May.
The Long Road to Public Diplomacy 2.0: The Internet in US Public Diplomacy†
Article first published online: 10 APR 2013
© 2013 International Studies Association
International Studies Review
Special Issue: International Relationships in the Information Age Guest editors: J.P. Singh and Beth A. Simmons
Volume 15, Issue 1, pages 123–139, March 2013
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2013) The Long Road to Public Diplomacy 2.0: The Internet in US Public Diplomacy. International Studies Review, doi: 10.1111/misr.12026(
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