Long before China adopted the concept of public diplomacy, Chinese diplomats have conducted what was later known as public diplomacy.
A collection of high quality case studies prepared for Chinese city diplomacy scholars and practitioners from over 50 cities.
This book studies several public diplomacy strategies the U.S adopted in managing its relations with China and examines the difference between theory and practice of these strategies.
With a sharp increase in Chinese presence abroad, there is a growing desire for the Chinese to know how the international community views them.
Since the end of the Cold War, relationship between China and Southeast Asian countries has been challenged by the economic and diplomatic integration occurring in Southeast Asia.
At a time when public diplomacy has revolutionized itself, Dr. Jia invites the reader to re-think about the theoretical foundation of public diplomacy and the importance behind the theory and practice of it.
International relation is shifting from an era of conventional warfare to one oriented by norms and dialogues. During this course of transformation, China’s rise faces extraordinary challenges. How China should convince the world to accept its rise as a w