Monthly Archives: August 2010

Initiating Dialogue Through Food

Written By Anastasia Kolobrodova From kimchi to kubideh to kraut, food diplomacy — also referred to as gastrodiplomacy and culinary diplomacy — is catching on. Food diplomacy, a multifaceted public diplomacy approach that combines exchange diplomacy and cultural diplomacy in … Continue reading

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Engaging Diasporas for Improved International Relations

Written by Sadie May Davis Title: Diasporas as peacemakers: third party mediation in homeland conflicts. Source: International Journal on World Peace, 25 (3):  7, September 2008. ISSN: 0742-3640 Authors: Bahar Baser and Ashok Swain via Contemporary Women’s Issues As future public … Continue reading

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Scarf Diplomacy

Written by Attia Nasar Cross-posted from http://attianasar.posterous.com/scarf-diplomacy This is a sort of phenomena that I only understood after I started to wear a scarf. There is a culture around women who wear scarves; a common aspect that connects all scarf … Continue reading

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Public Diplomacy Takes Back Seat to Television

Written by Sadie May Davis Article: Looking at the United States through Distorted Lenses: Entertainment Television Versus Public Diplomacy Themes Author: Doris A. Graber Source: American Behavioral Scientist 2009 This article focuses on the differences found between the image of … Continue reading

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