public diplomacy


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public diplomacy

Those overt international public information activities of the United States Government designed to promote United States foreign policy objectives by seeking to understand, inform, and influence foreign audiences and opinion makers, and by broadening the dialogue between American citizens and institutions and their counterparts abroad.
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But long gone are the days when public diplomacy was mainly conducted through radio and television broadcasting.
JEDDAH: The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) on Friday staged a lecture in the Kingdom on public diplomacy. Delegates attending the event, held at OIC headquarters in Jeddah, included senior OIC officials and general secretariat members, and diplomats based in the city.
Minister Marapana made these remarks at the certificate awarding ceremony of the two-week long Public Diplomacy and Media Relations training programme, organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for its officials in collaboration with the Sri Lanka Press Institute (SLPI) with a view to enhancing their public diplomacy and media relations skills, the Foreign Ministry said today.
The embassy's pavilion embodied the sultanate's approach to public diplomacy. A poster exhibition inside the pavilion displayed the Islamic message of tolerance, understanding and co-existence, and the approach of the sultanate in spreading the values of love and peace.
The Ambassador said, "Within the framework of the Embassy's efforts in public diplomacy, it aims at introducing the Sultanate and highlighting the historical, cultural and heritage aspects of the modern Renaissance and the Sultanate's approach to tolerance, co-existence and dialogue alongside the tourism and investment promotion of the Sultanate."
In the case of Korea, the country's public diplomacy activities gained momentum after the enactment of the Public Diplomacy Act in 2016.
Public diplomacy projects can be measured in terms of their effectiveness in reaching the success criteria set in the planning phases.
In retrospect, the overseas Public Diplomacy of the 1990s--after the end of the Cold War but before the jolts--was "steady state," continuing the decades-long commitment to "tell America's story to the world," promote "mutual understanding" and lay a "foundation of trust" with other nations.
Public diplomacy is an aspect of foreign policy through which states try to influence public opinion of other states about itself through the promotion of its soft image via embassies, cultural programmes, media and many other initiatives.
The center will be aimed to strengthen mutual trust, good neighborhood, inter-ethnic and inter-religious peace, to facilitate expansion of cultural and humanitarian ties between SCO member states and use of public diplomacy tools in the spirit of mutual trust.
Beata Ociepka's book 'Poland's New Ways of Public Diplomacy' undertakes the analysis of Poland's public diplomacy between 2008 and 2015.
The DFA on Wednesday announced that Cayetano had designated former Charge d'Affaires Elmer Cato of the Philippine Embassy in Iraq as acting assistant secretary for public diplomacy.