Bruce Gregory’s Resources on Diplomacy’s Public Dimension

Diplomacy’s Public Dimension: Books, Articles, Websites is one of the most comprehensive and extensive collections of resources on public diplomacy and related subjects on the web.  Compiled by IPDGC visiting scholar Bruce Gregory, this annotated bibliography of readings and other materials is intended for use by teachers, students, and diplomacy practitioners.  A new list is published on IPDGC’s website bimonthly. 
Gregory taught courses on public diplomacy, media, and global affairs as an adjunct professor in the Global Communication MA Program and at the Elliott School of International Affairs and School of Media and Public Affairs (2002-2017).  He is a former director of the Institute for Public Diplomacy (2005-2008) and a former member of the Walter Roberts Endowment board (2006-2018). 

Issue #99

Intended for teachers of public diplomacy and related courses, here is an update on resources that may be of general interest. Suggestions for future updates are welcome. Anne Applebaum, “The False Romance of Russia,”  December 12, 2019, The Atlantic.  Pulitzer prize...

Issue #98

Issue #98

Zahid Shahab Ahmed, Silada Rojratanakiat, and Soravis Taekasem, “The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor in Social Media: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Tweets from Pakistan,” USC Center on Public Diplomacy, CPD Perspectives, October 2019.  Ahmed (Deakin University,...

Issue #97

Nick M. Brown, “The Peace Corps: Overview and Issues,” Congressional Reference Service, RS21168, updated June 26, 2019.  This report, written with CRS’s usual balance and analytical precision, examines origins, objectives, activities, and current issues confronting...

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An archive of  Diplomacy’s Public Dimension: Books, Articles, Websites (2002-present) is maintained at the George Washington University’s Institute for Public Diplomacy and Global Communication.  Current issues are also posted by the University of Southern California’s Center on Public Diplomacy,the Public Diplomacy Council,  John Brown’s Public Diplomacy Press and Blog Review, and

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