U.S. Government Resources
Select public diplomacy-related institutions
Culture and the Arts
Community-focus Exchange Organizations
Professional Exchanges & Training
Private Sector Initiatives
Journals and on-line reports:
a journal of commentary, analysis, and research on American foreign policy
and its practice (UNC-Chapel Hill)
The Communications Revolution,
Globalization and Institutional Change: State Department remarks, Lewis Manilow,
Chairman, Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy
Foreign Service Journal:
from the American Foreign Service Association
Human Rights Report, 1997-U.S. Department of State (large html file)
The Journal of
Democracy, from the NED
Strategy for the 21st Century (NSC)
The People Have Spoken: Worldwide Views of Democracy
1998 USIA Office of Research report
Full Report (PDF file-takes a long time to load-2726k)
State Dept. - Historian's
US Institute of Peace-Virtual
US Government International
Books about or referring to USIA:
- Media Access and the Military: The Case of the Gulf War, by Judith Raine Baroody. University Press of America, 1998.
- War of the Black Heavens: The Battles of Western Broadcasting in the Cold War, by
Michael Nelson. Syracuse, 1998.
- Innocents Abroad: How We Won the Cold War (a USIS family's memoir), by John
H. & Mae H. Esterline. University Press of America, 1997
- Not Like Us: How Europeans Have Loved, Hated, and Transformed American
Culture Since World War II, by Richard Pells. Basic Books, 1997.
- U.S. Information Policy and Cultural Diplomacy, by Frank Ninkovich. Foreign
Policy Association, Headline Series N. 308, 1996
- Warriors of Disinformation: American Propaganda, Soviet Lies, and
the Winning of the Cold War: An Insider's Account, by Alvin A. Snyder.
Arcade Publishing, 1995.
- Strategic Public Diplomacy & American Foreign Policy, by Jarol B. Manheim.
Oxford University Press, 1994.
- Communicating with the World: U.S. Public Diplomacy Overseas,
by Hans N. Tuch. St. Martin's Press, 1990.
- USIA, public diplomacy in the information age, by Allen C. Hansen. Praeger,
- The U.S. Information Agency, by Clinton L. Doggett and Lois T. Doggett. Chelsea
House Publishers, New York, 1989.
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