Foreign Policy and Public Diplomacy: the Multiple Ways of Interconnection

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N. Dubiv (n.v.dubiv@utmn.ru),
Tyumen’ State University, Georg Wilhelm Steller Center, 10, Semakova Str., Tyumen’, 625003, Russian Federation;
G. Nelaeva (g.a.nelaeva@utmn.ru),
Tyumen’ State University, Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities, 10, Semakova Str., Tyumen’, 625003, Russian Federation 

Abstract. Review of the books: I. Pamment, James. British Public Diplomacy and Soft Power. Diplomatic Influence and Digital Disruption. Palgrave Macmillan, 2016. 257 p.; II. Sevin, Efe. Public Diplomacy and the Implementation of Foreign Policy in the US, Sweden and Turkey. Palgrave Macmillan, 2017. 258 p. 

Keywords: foreign policy, public diplomacy, soft power, digital diplomacy 


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For citation:
Dubiv N., Nelaeva G. Foreign Policy and Public Diplomacy: the Multiple Ways of Interconnection. World Eonomy and International Relations, 2018, vol. 62, No 2, pp. 100-104



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