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Foreign Service Journal on Public Diplomacy (October 2006)
AMERICAN FOREIGN SERVICE ASSOCIATION
THE FOREIGN SERVICE JOURNAL
(Vol. 83, No. 10)
FOCUS ON PUBLIC DIPLOMACY
19 / Damage Control: Karen Hughes Does PD
A year into her tenure, is Hughes making effective use of Foreign Service expertise?
By Shawn Zeller
27 / Public Diplomacy Matters More Than Ever
Like intelligence analysis, PD must be protected from political strong-arming, generously funded and heeded at the highest level.
By Patricia H. Kushlis and Patricia L. Sharpe
33 / Neither Madison Avenue Nor Hollywood
If public diplomacy has failed, as many critics now claim, it is not due to an inability to find the secret slogan or magic message.
By Robert J. Callahan
39 / Rebuilding America's Cultural Diplomacy
Since the end of the Cold War, the U.S. has unwisely left cultural and educational diplomacy to the tough mercies of the marketplace.
By Richard T. Arndt
44 / How Does Public Diplomacy Measure Up?
Here's a look at what policy imperatives and technology trends mean for programs in the field.
By Joe Johnson