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Public diplomacy and the Middle East

"This volume examines the implications of the re-ordering of Middle East policy since 11 September for relationships with the Arab and Islamic world. How do the dynamics underlying headline figures on hostility to the West in the Arab world affect the shape of communications strategy? What are proper and realistic goals for public diplomacy? How can Western involvement in the region avoid accusations of 'imperialism' and escape from the insidious logic of clashing civilisations? What should be the agenda for long-term co-operation and relationship-building between the West and the Middle East? The report lays out a strategy for the UK government on a key issue in international affairs." -- Back of cover.

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  • ""This volume examines the implications of the re-ordering of Middle East policy since 11 September for relationships with the Arab and Islamic world. How do the dynamics underlying headline figures on hostility to the West in the Arab world affect the shape of communications strategy? What are proper and realistic goals for public diplomacy? How can Western involvement in the region avoid accusations of 'imperialism' and escape from the insidious logic of clashing civilisations? What should be the agenda for long-term co-operation and relationship-building between the West and the Middle East? The report lays out a strategy for the UK government on a key issue in international affairs." -- Back of cover."@en
  • "This report which builds on the interim report, Going public, sets out a practical agenda for public diplomacy which draws on fieldwork in six countries, hundreds of interviews with practitioners, and contributions from the experts in academia and communications."

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  • "Public diplomacy and the Middle East"@en
  • "Public diplomacy"@en
  • "Public diplomacy"