Beyond Consolidation: U.S. Government International Broadcasting in the Post-Cold War Era
RAND CORP SANTA MONICA CA
Pagination or Media Count:
This report addresses the broad question How can the United States best use the fruits of the information revolution to further its interests through public diplomacy and international broadcasting The study outlines the foreign policy challenges facing the United States in the post-Cold War era, and then examines the possible roles that public diplomacy and international broadcasting can play within the new foreign policy agenda. Finally, the report discusses possible reform measures that the U.S. government could take to make international broadcasting a more effective policy instrument.
- Government and Political Science
- Defense Systems
- Radio Communications