Dissertation/Thesis Abstract

Public diplomacy gangnam style
by Fouladvand, Hida, M.A., Georgetown University, 2014, 122; 1556438
Abstract (Summary)

The diplomatic impasse between the United States and Iran is officially broken after thirty-four years of mutual recriminations and mistrust. The need for a reinvigorated U.S. public diplomacy is essential to forge a new relationship based on respect, understanding, and shared political, social, and economic interests. "Gangnam Style" public diplomacy is a simultaneous multiplatform approach to information sharing and engagement that utilizes various programs to stimulate people-to-people connections based on culture, education, and business. By applying this strategy, the current rapprochement between the United States and Iran can be expanded to the benefit of both countries.

Indexing (document details)
Advisor: RIDDER, ANNE, BROWN, JOHN H.
Commitee:
School: Georgetown University
Department: Liberal Studies
School Location: United States -- District of Columbia
Source: MAI 52/06M(E), Masters Abstracts International
Source Type: DISSERTATION
Subjects: Middle Eastern Studies, International Relations
Keywords: Diplomacy, Gangnam style, Iran, Middle east policy, Public diplomacy, U.s. foreign policy
Publication Number: 1556438
ISBN: 9781303918018
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