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Radio diplomacy and propaganda : the BBC and VOA in international politics, 1956-64 /

This study investigates the role of international radio broadcasting in diplomacy during the Cold War period, and the contribution of the BBC and the Voice of America in the construction and projection of foreign policy, together with their role in the dis.

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  • "This study investigates the role of international radio broadcasting in diplomacy during the Cold War period, and the contribution of the BBC and the Voice of America in the construction and projection of foreign policy, together with their role in the dis."@en
  • "Gary D. Rawnsley brings together recently declassified material, both in Britain and the United States, and the recollections of participants to chart the use and abuse of the BBC external services and the Voice of America during the Suez crisis, the Hungarian uprising, the Cuban missile crisis and the beginning of the American involvement in Vietnam. He demonstrates that the media are crucial to an informed understanding of the diplomatic process, and in doing so encourages readers to view the Cold War from a fresh and exciting perspective."

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  • "Radio diplomacy and propaganda : the BBC and VOA in international politics, 1956-64 /"@en
  • "Radio diplomacy and propaganda : the BBC and VOA in international politics, 1956-64 /"
  • "Radio diplomacy and propaganda the BBC and VOA in international politics, 1956-64 /"
  • "Radio diplomacy and propaganda : the BBC and VOA in international politics, 1956-64"