China's Public Diplomacy
Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2015 M01 8 - 442 pages
In China's Public Diplomacy, author Ingrid d'Hooghe contributes to our understanding of what constitutes and shapes a country's public diplomacy, and what factors undermine or contribute to its success.
China invests heavily in policies aimed at improving its image, guarding itself against international criticism and advancing its domestic and international agenda. This volume explores how the Chinese government seeks to develop a distinct Chinese approach to public diplomacy, one that suits the country's culture and authoritarian system. Based on in-depth case studies, it provides a thorough analysis of this approach, which is characterized by a long-term vision, a dominant role for the government, an inseparable and complementary domestic dimension, and a high level of interconnectedness with China's overall foreign policy and diplomacy.
An Analytical Framework
Chapter 2 Assets and Liabilities for Chinas Public Diplomacy
Chapter 3 The Chinese Debate on Public Diplomacy
Chapter 4 Chinas Public Diplomacy System
Asia and Africa
Events The Beijing Olympic Games and the Shanghai World Expo
abroad accessed activities Africa April Asia Asian available online Beijing Olympic Games Beijing’s BOCOG chapter China Daily China’s foreign policy China’s image China’s political China’s public diplomacy China’s Soft Power Chinese culture Chinese Dream Chinese government Chinese government’s Chinese media communication concept Confucius Institutes cooperation countries country’s crisis cultural diplomacy dialog diplomatic discussed domestic example Expo Magazine Expo’s Foreign Affairs foreign audiences Forum furthermore GGWJJK Global gonggong waijiao Guangxi Hu Jintao human rights improve investment issues January Japan July June macy March messages Myanmar networks non-state actors official organizations overseas Chinese People’s Daily Pew Research Center policymakers political system programs promote public diplo public diplomacy policies public diplomacy strategies region relations renwen Report role ruan SARS scholars September Shanghai Expo Magazine Shanghai World Expo social media Soft Power South Korea Tibet tion United Wang Western Xi Jinping Xinhua Zhang Zhao Qizheng