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This front matter section of the book titled The Future of U. S. Public Diplomacy contains table of contents, acknowledgements and preface. Public diplomacy has never been more important in international relations. Yet, public diplomacys future as a valued national resource and a respected profession is far from certain. Lingering historical misperceptions and contemporary debate regarding public diplomacys role and value in protecting and advancing national and international interests threaten public diplomacys advancement on both fronts. The authors fresh perspective provides compelling insights into public diplomacy's purpose and value, the conceptual foundations of the discipline, and principles of strategic practice.

Keywords: international relations; public diplomacy



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