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Lawrence Susskind and Shafiqul Islam. (Sep 2012). Water Diplomacy: Creating Value and Building Trust in Transboundary Water Negotiations. Science & Diplomacy.
Russ Carnahan. (Aug 2012). Science Diplomacy and Congress. Science & Diplomacy
Jan Servaes. (Dec 2012). Soft Power and Public Diplomacy: The New Frontier for Public Relations and International Communication Between the US and China. Public Relations Review. 643-651.
Aimei Yang, Anna Klyuweva, and Maureen Taylor. (Dec 2012). Beyond a Dyadic Approach to Public Diplomacy: Understanding Relationships in Multipolar World. Public Relations Review. 652–664.
Kristen Lord. (Feb 2009). The USA-World Trust: Bringing the Power of Networks to U.S. Public Diplomacy. Public Diplomacy Magazine. 14-28.
Halle Dale. (Feb 2009). Improving the International Marketplace of Ideas. Public Diplomacy Magazine. 29-32.
Ni Chen. (Nov 2012). Branding National Images: The 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics, 2010 Shanghai World Expo, and 2010 Guangzhou Asian Games. Public Relations Review. 731–745.
Rasus Kjaergaard Rassmussen and Henrik Merelsen. (Dec 2012). The New PR of States: How Nation Branding Practices Affect the Security Function of Public Diplomacy. Public Relations Review. 810–818.
Anna Berthhold. (Jul 2009). New Technology & New Public Diplomacy. Public Diplomacy Magazine. Association of Public Diplomacy Scholars
Nicholas J. Cull. (Feb 2009). Designing Out the Mess: A Historically Literate Approach to Re-Booting U.S. Public Diplomacy. Public Diplomacy Magazine. 8-13.
David Hoffman. (Feb 2009). Internews Network Memorandum to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Public Diplomacy Magazine. 32-35.
Benjamin Barber. (Feb 2009). Brand America or America the Beautiful? Public Diplomacy in the Obama Era. Public Diplomacy Magazine. 45-46.
Norman P. Neureiter. (Dec 2012). Science Diplomacy- What is it and can it make a difference? NCURA Magazine. National Council of University Research Administrators6-10.
L Pauline Rankin. (Jan 2013). Gender and Nation Branding in The True North Strong and Free. Place Branding and Public Diplomacy. Macmillan Publishers257-267.
Jami Fullerton and Derina Holtzhausen. (Nov 2012). Americans’ Attitudes Toward South Africa: A Study of Country Reputation and the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Place Branding and Public Diplomacy. Macmillan Publishers269-283.
Ixone Alonso and Eva Bea. (Nov 2012). A Tentative Model to Measure City Brands on the Internet. Place Branding and Public Diplomacy. Palgrave Macmillan311-328.
Beverly Lindsay. (Jun 1987). Developing and Evaluating an Educational Program Designed for Public Diplomacy: The Teacher-Text-Technology Program. The Journal of Negro Education. 390-406.
Simon Anholt. (Feb 2006). Anholt Nation Brands Index: How Does the World See America? Journal of Advertising Research. Cambridge University Press296-304.
Philip J. Auter, Mohamed Arafa, and Khalid Al-Jaber. (Jan 2005). Identifying with Arabic Journalists: How Al-Jazeera Tapped Parasocial Interaction Gratifications in the Arab World. Gazette: The International Journal for Communication Studies. Sage Publications189–204.
Claudio Baraldi. (Jan 2006). New Forms of Intercultural Communication in a Globalized World. The International Communication Gazette. Sage Publications53–69.
Martha Bayles. (Jun 2005). Goodwill Hunting. The Wilson Quarterly. 46-56.
Samuel Brittan, Lee Hamilton, Peter G Peterson, and Daniel Pipes. (Dec 2003). Why Does the World Hate America? The International Economy. 24-30.
Dale F. Eickelman. (Jan 2002). The Public Sphere, the Arab “Street” and the Middle East’s Democracy Deficit. Naval War College Review. 39-48.
Mohammed el-Nawawy. (Jan 2006). US Public Diplomacy in the Arab World. Global Media and Communication. Sage Publications183-203.
Eytan Gilboa. (Jun 2005). Global Television News and Foreign Policy: Debating the CNN Effect. International Studies Perspective. 325-321.