Media as global diplomat [electronic resource] / Sheldon Himelfarb [and others].
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- JSTOR Security Studies.
- Washington, D.C. : U.S. Institute of Peace, 2009.
- Special report (United States Institute of Peace) ; 226.
Special report ; 226
- Government document
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- Diplomacy -- Information technology.
Diplomacy -- Technological innovations.
Digital communications -- Political aspects -- United States.
Mass media -- Political aspects.
United States -- Relations.
United States -- Foreign public opinion.
- "More than 250 influential media professionals, diplomats, policymakers, scholars, and NGO leaders gathered at the Newseum in Washington, D.C., on February 3, 2009, for the Ted Koppel-moderated "Media as Global Diplomat Leadership Summit" sponsored by the United States Institute of Peace (USIP) Center of Innovation for Media, Conflict and Peacebuilding and the Independent Television Service (ITVS). Recognizing the current disruptive period in media, the summit asked public and private sector leaders how the United States can best use media to reinvigorate its public diplomacy strategy and international influence in order to strengthen efforts to build a more peaceful world. Streamed live on the Internet, the summit approached the topic in a global dialogue through interactive panels, videoconferencing, a documentary screening, and the participation of bloggers from around the world. This report summarizes the findings and recommendations of the summit for a new administration to reengage the world with a public diplomacy strategy adapted to the digital age."--About the report.
- Includes bibliographical references (page 10).
- Himelfarb, Sheldon.
United States Institute of Peace.
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- Print version: Himelfarb, Sheldon. Media as global diplomat
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- Restricted for use by site license.
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