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The Public Diplomacy Council | Advancing America's dialogue with the world Member Log In Subscribe Search this site: Home About Us Academic Study Professional Practice Advocacy US broadcasters on how Iraqis hear the news At First Monday Forum on July 11, Gallup's senior analyst Mohamed Younis observes as Diana Turecek of Middle East Broadcasting Networks relates research about radio listening habits of audiences in Iraq. The forum, held at the American Foreign Service Association in Washington, DC, is cosponsored by the Public Diplomacy Council in partnership with the USC Annenberg Center on Communication Leadership & Policy Washington D.C. office and the USC Center on Public Diplomacy. Read More Photo Credit - Adam Clayton Powell III Submit an image/video PD commentary Selection and commentary by PDC members and authoritative experts in the field Quotable: Kristin Colley on U.S. strategic communication in the urbanized, littoral, and connected world of the future Wednesday, July 27th 2016 Less than two decades from now, our nation’s adversaries “will be extensively electronically connected, able to communicate rapidly and securely via new apps. They will be able to instantly transfer money via phone, and control of the water and food supply lines into cities will allow them consistent access to capital. Additionally, they will be adept at using both traditional and social media to tell their stories and recruit support.” This changed international environment will challenge the U.S. Marine Corps, wrote Marine Corps information operations planner Captain Kristin Sproat Colley in a deep and searching article, “Combined Arms Effects: Adapting our thinking for the Information Age and urban littorals” in the July, 2016, issue of Marine Corps Gazette. It should be rocketing around the world of Public Diplomacy, foreign policy, and national security. “As is currently the case with the Islamic State, [adversaries] will each promise a solution (individual, national, or international) to the ills of society. The U.S., as the dominant face of Western culture, diplomacy, economics, and imperialism, will naturally continue to be a unifying target, as will her allied governments. They will not fight our technical superiority but our weaknesses in strategic communications and outdated tactics.” Read More Donald M. Bishop is the Bren Chair of Strategic Communications at Marine Corps University in Quantico, Virginia. Mr. Bishop served as a Foreign Service Officer – first in the U.S. Information Agency and then in the Department of State – for 31 years. Specializing in Public Diplomacy, political-military affairs, and East Asia, he attained the rank of Minister-Counselor in the career service. He was President of the Public Diplomacy Council from 2013 to 2015 and is now a member of the Board of Directors. ...click authors name for more info Author: Donald M. Bishop About: American public diplomacy apps broadcasting caliphate combined arms connected Daesh David Kilcullen Eastern Europe gangs Hezbollah ideology information operations insurgents intelligence Internet ISIL ISIS Islamic State Kristin Colley littoralization Marine Corps Information Operations Center MCIOC Media Middle East military information support operations MISO mobile technology perceptions Project Loon public diplomacy Quotable Reference File Russia Social Media strategic communications Terrorism texting U.S. Marine Corps urbanization USMC Quotable: Blackwill and Tellis on PRC views of democracy Wednesday, July 27th 2016 Looking back at the March, 2015, report issued by the Council on Foreign Relations, “Revising U.S. Grand Strategy Toward China,” there was no mention of Public Diplomacy. The report’s authors, Robert D. Blackwill and Ashley J. Tellis, did mention a role for military exchanges – but as measures to strengthen U.S. relations with nations on China’s periphery. Nonetheless, Public Diplomacy specialists should be interested in the section of the report that touches on social control, perceptions of threat from American democracy and rule of law programs, and domestic propaganda. Read More Donald M. Bishop is the Bren Chair of Strategic Communications at Marine Corps University in Quantico, Virginia. Mr. Bishop served as a Foreign Service Officer – first in the U.S. Information Agency and then in the Department of State – for 31 years. Specializing in Public Diplomacy, political-military affairs, and East Asia, he attained the rank of Minister-Counselor in the career service. He was President of the Public Diplomacy Council from 2013 to 2015 and is now a member of the Board of Directors. ...click authors name for more info Author: Donald M. Bishop About: American public diplomacy Ashley Tellis CCP China Chinese Communist Party Chinese dream Council on Foreign Relations CPC democracy ideology military exchanges nationalism PAP People's Armed Police People's Liberation Army PLA propaganda public diplomacy Quotable Reference File Robert Blackwill rule by law Rule of Law Quotable: Darczewska and Zochowski on “Russophobia in the Kremlin’s strategy” Sunday, July 17th 2016 The Polish scholars Jolanta Darczewska and Piotr ?ochowski focused on an underlying theme in Russia’s propaganda – traditional concepts of “Russophobia,” with its connections to chauvinism, conflicts of values, shaping, isolationism, stigmatizing, intolerance, rhetoric, and domestic mobilization. Their analysis – “Russophobia in the Kremlin’s strategy: A Weapon of Mass Destruction” – appeared in the Points of View series published by the Centre for Eastern Studies (O?rodek Studiów Wschodnich im. Marka Karpia – OSW) in Warsaw in October, 2015. Here is the front summary of the paper’s theses: Read More Donald M. Bishop is the Bren Chair of Strategic Communications at Marine Corps University in Quantico, Virginia. Mr. Bishop served as a Foreign Service Officer – first in the U.S. Information Agency and then in the Department of State – for 31 years. Specializing in Public Diplomacy, political-military affairs, and East Asia, he attained the rank of Minister-Counselor in the career service. He was President of the Public Diplomacy Council from 2013 to 2015 and is now a member of the Board of Directors. ...click authors name for more info Author: Donald M. Bishop About: Belarus chauvinism Eastern Orthodoxy EU information isolationism Jolanta Darczewska messages mobilization NATO OSW Pan-Slavism Piotr Zochowski propaganda Quotable Reference File Russia Russophobia Ukraine Zionism Quotable: Amy Zalman on hybrid terrorists and the battle of ideas Sunday, July 17th 2016 “Today, a hybrid type [of terrorist] appears to be evolving: someone who works without full organizational support or direction, but who is not working in total isolation from others. We may call this the ‘hybrid’ or ‘networked’ terrorist, who may be or feel himself to be associated distantly with a group or an idea, but who may still carry out all or some of his activities without the direction of an organizational leader.” This concept was explored by Amy Zalman in an article, “Fighting Terrorists? Needed: More Effective Battle of Ideas,” that appeared on the website of The Globalist on July 17, 2016. Zalman, a member of the Public Diplomacy Council, is the principal owner of the Strategic Narrative Institute LLC and adjunct Professor of Strategic Foresight Methods at Georgetown University. For Public Diplomacy practitioners, her discussion of “global educational standards” is suggestive. Here are some key points: Read More Donald M. Bishop is the Bren Chair of Strategic Communications at Marine Corps University in Quantico, Virginia. Mr. Bishop served as a Foreign Service Officer – first in the U.S. Information Agency and then in the Department of State – for 31 years. Specializing in Public Diplomacy, political-military affairs, and East Asia, he attained the rank of Minister-Counselor in the career service. He was President of the Public Diplomacy Council from 2013 to 2015 and is now a member of the Board of Directors. ...click authors name for more info Author: Donald M. Bishop About: Amy Zalman Baader Meinhof Group Black Panthers ETA hybrid terrorists ideology narratives networked terrorists PKK Quotable Reference File social networks socialization war of ideas Quotable: Olidort and Sheff on textbooks that teach terror Sunday, July 17th 2016 “IS textbooks and guidance literature promote an originalist, exclusivist Sunni identity and a Salafist interpretation of Islam . . . . At the same time, many of these books attempt to indoctrinate readers with priorities and beliefs unique to IS: namely, an apocalyptic worldview and an emphasis on rebuilding the Caliphate, founding a Salafi Islamic state, and employing extreme violence.” This was one topic at a policy forum held by the Washington Institute for Near East Policy on July 13, 2016. Key comments by Jacob Olidort of the Washington Institute and Marcus Sheff (the CEO of the Institute for Monitoring Peace and Cultural Tolerance in School Education [IMPACT-se] in Jerusalem) were summarized in an article on the Washington Institute’s website, “Teaching Terror: The Islamic State's Textbooks, Guidance Literature, and Indoctrination Methods” on July 15, 2016. The website also provides the full video. Read More Donald M. Bishop is the Bren Chair of Strategic Communications at Marine Corps University in Quantico, Virginia. Mr. Bishop served as a Foreign Service Officer – first in the U.S. Information Agency and then in the Department of State – for 31 years. Specializing in Public Diplomacy, political-military affairs, and East Asia, he attained the rank of Minister-Counselor in the career service. He was President of the Public Diplomacy Council from 2013 to 2015 and is now a member of the Board of Directors. ...click authors name for more info Author: Donald M. Bishop About: Anwar Sadat battlefield of ideas caliphate Daesh education Egypt hadith Hezbollah hijra ideology IMPACT-se intolerance Iran Iraq ISIL ISIS Islam Islamic State Jacob Olidort jihadism Lebanon LGBT Marcus Sheff martyrdom Menachem Begin Morocco Muhammad ibn Abdul Wahhab Muslim Brotherhood narratives Palestinian Authority publishing Quotable Quran Reference File Salafism Saudi Arabia Sufism Sunni Islam Syria textbooks tolerance UNESCO United States Wahhabism war of ideas Zeal Press 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 … next ? last ? The Public Diplomacy Council is a nonprofit organization committed to the academic study, professional practice, and responsible advocacy of public diplomacy. Founded in 1988, the Council serves the community of public diplomacy professionals, professors and students interested in public diplomacy. Upcoming PDC/USC First Monday Forums August 1, 2016 - The Future of Public Diplomacy as an Academic Discipline, with Edward Schumacher-Matos, Director, Edward R. Murrow Center for a Digital World, Fletcher School, Tufts University, at 12 noon September 12, 2016 - Public Diplomacy in the 70s: New Documents Released, led by Prof. Nicholas Cull October 3, 2016 - Connecting the U.S. and Asia, with Michael Gilligan, President, Henry Luce Foundation PDC Council Meetings October 3, 2016 - AFSA, 10:30am - 11:30am PDC Board Meetings September 21, 2016 - USC, 11:00am - 1:00pm Stay Connected Follow the Public Diplomacy Council on Facebook and YouTube and share your opinion about up-to-date issues with us. For more public diplomacy events, check out PDAA's website. 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