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This guide supports the work of advocates of pragmatic, principled, effective, and collaborative US engagement in the world. It draws on the latest communications research and the insights of experts to outline facts and arguments, and offer ways to put them across to non-expert American audiences. It is designed to help those who already know the issues well and could benefit from expert experience on how to engage a large segment of the public.
Globalization, Information Technology, and Conflict in the Second and Third Worlds: A Critical Review of the LiteratureJanuary 1, 1998
Based on a review of current research, explores the impact of information technology and the globalization of news on ethnic and class conflicts in developing societies, on international responses to them, and on conflict management and human rights.
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