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(Jan 2013). Broadcasting Board of Governors: Additional Steps Needed to Address Overlap in International Broadcasting. US Government Accountability Office.
(Jun 2013). Influence and Attraction: Culture and the Race for Soft Power in the 21st Century. The British Council.
Naren Chitty. (Nov 2013). Public Diplomacy: Developing the Road Rules. Australian Senate. Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Committee.
Institute of International Education. (Nov 2013). Open Doors Report 2013.
Ofice of Inspector General, US Department of State and the Broadcasting Board of Governors. (Sep 2013). Compliance Followup Review of the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.
(Sep 2013). Inspection of US International Broadcasting to Russia. US Department of State and the Broadcasting Board of Governors. Office of Inspector General.
(Dec 2013). Minutes and Transcript for December 2013 Meeting. US Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy.
Noor Nirwandy and Ahmad Azran Awang. (Aug 2014). Changing Minds, Making Peace. Houston: Conflict Resolution Program, Rice Unviersity Baker Institute of Public PolicyConflict Resolution Program, Rice Unviersity Baker Institute of Public Policy.
(Feb 2013). The Challenges of the Internet and Social Media in Public Diplomacy. American Security Project.
(Nov 2014). Maximising Soft Power Assets: Towards Prosperity. Wilton Park Wilton Park.
Clingendael Netherlands Institute of International Relations. (Jul 2015). Diplomacy in the Digital Age . Clingendael InstituteClingendael Institute.
Vanessa Ruiz. (Jul 2015). Connecting with the Mexican LGBT Community in the U.S. International Policy Digest.
Heather A. Conley, Caroline Rohloff. (Sep 2015). The New Ice Curtain: Russia’s Strategic Reach to the Arctic. Washington D.C.: Center for Strategic and International StudiesCenter for Strategic and International Studies.
Sarah Wolff. (Oct 2015). Migration and Refugee Governance in the Mediterranean. ClingendaelClingendael.
Mark Seip. (Feb 2016). Harnessing Communications and Public Diplomacy. Atlantic CouncilAtlantic Council.
Directorate-General for External Policies. (May 2016). EU Strategic Communications with a View to Counteracting Propaganda. European ParliamentEuropean Parliament.
Mario Loyola and James K. Glassman. (Feb 2017). Promoting American Values and Countering Authoritarianism in Cyberspace. American Enterprise InstituteAmerican Enterprise Institute.
Christopher Paul. (Jan 2017). Assessing and Evaluating Department of Defense Efforts to Inform, Influence, and Persuade: Worked Example. Santa Monica: RAND CorporationRAND Corporation.
National Intelligence Council (NIC). (Jan 2017). Paradox of Progress: Global Trends 2030. Office of the Director of National IntelligenceOffice of the Director of National Intelligence.
Matthew C. Weed. (Dec 2016). U.S. International Broadcasting: Background and Issues for Reform. Congressional Research ServiceCongressional Research Service.
U.S. House of Representatives. (Nov 2016). Conference Report to Accompany S. 2943. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Publishing OfficeU.S. Government Publishing Office.
President Barack Obama. (Dec 2016). Statement by the President on Signing the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2017. The White House, Office of the Press SecretaryThe White House, Office of the Press Secretary.
(Dec 2016). President Signs Portman-Murphy Counter-Propaganda Bill into Law. Senator Rob Portman Press ReleaseSenator Rob Portman Press Release.
Mladen Andrlić, Tihana Bohač, and Stjepan Špoljarić. (Dec 2016). Intercultural Dialogue and Innovations in Diplomacy and Diplomatic Training. Zagreb: Diplomatic Academy, Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs, Republic of CroatiaDiplomatic Academy, Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs, Republic of Croatia.
(Mar 2016). Digital Diplomacy Conference Summary. State of Israel, Ministry of Foreign AffairsState of Israel, Ministry of Foreign Affairs.