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West European Public Diplomacy

Pamment, James LU (2013) In European Public Diplomacy
Abstract
There are many kinds of public diplomacy (PD) currently practiced in
Europe. Perhaps the most familiar of these is the national level advocacy
and cultural promotion work conducted by foreign and cultural ministries.
This chapter explores the PD policies of the “big three” in Europe:
France, Germany, and the United Kingdom (UK). Although the UK is
well represented in recent scholarly debates, there are surprisingly few
studies of French and German PD in the English language. 1 In particular,
there are no studies that assume a comparative perspective upon
their PD as a whole; research has instead focused on cultural diplomacy
and broadcasting. 2 My argument here is that comparison of these... (More)
There are many kinds of public diplomacy (PD) currently practiced in
Europe. Perhaps the most familiar of these is the national level advocacy
and cultural promotion work conducted by foreign and cultural ministries.
This chapter explores the PD policies of the “big three” in Europe:
France, Germany, and the United Kingdom (UK). Although the UK is
well represented in recent scholarly debates, there are surprisingly few
studies of French and German PD in the English language. 1 In particular,
there are no studies that assume a comparative perspective upon
their PD as a whole; research has instead focused on cultural diplomacy
and broadcasting. 2 My argument here is that comparison of these three
countries can reveal important themes and issues in the evolution of
PD debates that have not been sufficiently represented in contemporary
scholarship. (Less)
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  abstract     = {There are many kinds of public diplomacy (PD) currently practiced in<br/>Europe. Perhaps the most familiar of these is the national level advocacy<br/>and cultural promotion work conducted by foreign and cultural ministries.<br/>This chapter explores the PD policies of the “big three” in Europe:<br/>France, Germany, and the United Kingdom (UK). Although the UK is<br/>well represented in recent scholarly debates, there are surprisingly few<br/>studies of French and German PD in the English language. 1 In particular,<br/>there are no studies that assume a comparative perspective upon<br/>their PD as a whole; research has instead focused on cultural diplomacy<br/>and broadcasting. 2 My argument here is that comparison of these three<br/>countries can reveal important themes and issues in the evolution of<br/>PD debates that have not been sufficiently represented in contemporary<br/>scholarship.},
  author       = {Pamment, James},
  editor       = {Davis Cross, Mai'a K. and Melissen, Jan},
  language     = {eng},
  month        = {11},
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  series       = {European Public Diplomacy},
  title        = {West European Public Diplomacy},
  year         = {2013},
}