Public Diplomacy in Northeast Asia: A Comparative Perspective
On May 30, the Center for Northeast Asian Policy Studies (CNAPS) at Brookings hosted a discussion examining the use of public diplomacy in Northeast Asia. Leading experts discussed the objectives, practices, opportunities and challenges in public diplomacy for China, Japan, South Korea and Taiwan.
Panelists addressed the history of public diplomacy in each country, how it is defined and the societal and governmental structures under which public diplomacy is practiced. They also discussed the public diplomacy goals and practices of each nation, offering suggestions for the enhancement of public diplomacy.
After the program, speakers took audience questions.
Secretary-General - Association of Foreign Relations
Visiting Scholar, Weatherhead East Asia Institute, Columbia University
Senior Vice President - The Korea Society
Fulbright Professor, Sophia University, Tokyo
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