Engaging the Arab and Islamic Worlds Through Public Diplomacy ePub download
by William A. Rugh
- ISBN: 0976439107
- ISBN13: 978-0976439103
- ePub: 1448 kb | FB2: 1983 kb
- Category: Politics & Government
- Publisher: The Public Diplomacy Council (December 13, 2004)
- Pages: 184
- Rating: 4.6/5
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Engaging the Arab World through Social Diplomacy. Public diplomacy’ therefore became the catchphrase of Western governments in their aim to win hearts and minds in the Arab and Islamic world.
Engaging the Arab World through Social Diplomacy. Whereas public diplomacy was heralded as the solution to rebuilding relationships and reinstating trust, it was still underscored by fear of terrorism and the mission to prevent radicalization. As public sentiment towards the Western world continued its steady descent in the Arab world, the need for effective public diplomacy continued to rise.
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Engaging the Arab & Islamic Worlds through Public Diplomacy: A Report and Action Recommendations
Engaging the Arab & Islamic Worlds through Public Diplomacy: A Report and Action Recommendations. The Arab and Muslim world became a central focus of many of the State Department's new initiatives because this was where the American message was being perceived as horribly distorted or missing altogether. Top American officials began granting interviews to the Al-Jazeera news network, taking America's case directly to the Arab public.
William A. Rugh, ed. Engaging the Arab & Islamic Worlds through Public Diplomacy: A Report and Action Recommendations (Washington, DC: Public Diplomacy Council, 2004), . oogle Scholar. 12. Philip Seib, ed. Toward a New Public Diplomacy: Redirecting . Foreign Policy (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009), . 15. Juan Cole, Engaging the Muslim World (New York: Palgrave, 2009), . 16. John Esposito, Who Speaks for Islam?
Public diplomacy in the Islamic Republic of Iran refers to the public relations efforts to disseminate information about the Islamic Republic of Iran
Public diplomacy in the Islamic Republic of Iran refers to the public relations efforts to disseminate information about the Islamic Republic of Iran. Instruments of public diplomacy in the Islamic Republic of Iran include cultural exchanges, film and print media, and sports diplomacy. There is no standard definition of public diplomacy. Rugh was a US Foreign Service Officer 1964-1995 . Rugh was a US Foreign Service Officer 1964-1995, serving in Washington and at seven Middle Eastern diplomatic posts including public affairs officer in Saudi Arabia and Egypt. From 1995 until 2003 he was president and CEO of AMIDEAST and he is currently an associate of Georgetown’s Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, and adjunct scholar at the Middle East Institute, a trustee of the American University in Cairo and a board member at AMIDEAST.
Rugh describes the difference between public diplomacy and propaganda. He points out that public diplomacy uses open means of communication and is truthful. He is a Trustee of the American University in Cairo, a Board Member and past President of AMIDEAST, an Associate of Georgetown's Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, an Adjunct Scholar of the Middle East Institute, and an Executive Committee member of the Public Diplomacy Council. Engaging the Arab & Islamic Worlds through Public Diplomacy: A. .Eleven scholars and public diplomacy practitioners look at public opinion in the Arab and Muslim worlds and tools of public diplomacy. Engaging the Arab & Islamic Worlds through Public Diplomacy: A Report and Action Recommendations, (Public Diplomacy Council, 2004). Contributors include William A. Rugh, Shipley Telhami, Kenton W. Keith, Barry Fulton, James L. Bullock, Alan L. Heil, J. Norman J. Pattiz, Marc Lynch, Barry Ballow, Cresencio Arcos, and Howard Cincotta.
Edited by William A. Rugh
As the U.S.-led war on terror presses on, many Americans wonder why foreign public opinion has grown measurably hostile to the United States and what can be done about it. These questions cannot be adequately addressed without understanding how U.S. policies toward Arab and Muslim worlds are conveyed to these nations through our public diplomacy efforts.
Engaging the Arab and Islamic Worlds through Public Diplomacy is the first book to tackle these issues by turning to the practitioners themselves. In this volume, eleven seasoned professionals analyze specific tools of public diplomacyincluding foreign exchange programs, television broadcasting, and face-to-face dialogueand show how a mix of new and classic methods can help us interact more successfully with people in Arab and Muslim countries.
The publisher is the Public Diplomacy Council.