U.S. WEB PUBLIC DIPLOMACY
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U.S. WEB PUBLIC DIPLOMACY
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S268667300000619-0-1
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This paper examines the following consistent parts of U.S. Public Diplomacy Web 2.0.: its development, governmental agencies, strategy and main projects. The U.S. government exploits social networks in order to achieve some political goals, establish a dialogue with bloggers as well as to attract foreign audience to U.S. Radio & TV channels on the Internet
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USA, public diplomacy web 2.0, web 2.0, social networking, digital activism
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01.03.2011
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