examine the changing nature of public and cultural diplomacy in the context of the evolution of global communications.
explore the nature of international political communication, evaluating key concepts such as propaganda, place branding and strategic communications, and examine the role of culture in world politics more broadly, including media such as film and the internet, as well as key actors such as celebrity diplomats.
explore competing definitions and interpretations of public and cultural diplomacy, along with how their practice has changed in recent decades, especially since the end of the Cold War.
1-Demonstrate an understanding of the changing nature of the global communications order and the place of states and other actors within it.
2-Explain the role of the media in representing conflict and diplomacy.
3-Evaluate the major theoretical and conceptual perspectives on public diplomacy and international political communication.
4-Analyse the relationships between state and non-state actors in contemporary public diplomacy and international political communication.
5-Apply their resulting analytical expertise to write and comment with authority on the subject of public diplomacy and global communication.
THE ESSAY SHOULD BE 7 PAGES THE FIRST IS THE INTRODUCTION.
THEN PLEASE GIVE 6 EXAMPLES OF PUBLIC DIPLOMACY THEREFORE ONE EXAMPLE PER PAGE AROUND 300 WORDS EACH.
IN EACH PAGE IDENTIFY EXPLAIN AND CONCLUDE AN EXAMPLE OF PUBLIC DIPLOMACY.
possible examples includes:
-Non-State Actors in Public Diplomacy
-Public Diplomacy and Soft Power
-China: State Controlled Propaganda
-Sport and Diplomacy
-Global Media Corporations
-Canada and Norway