|Guest Editor: Professor Nick Anguelov (Department of Public Policy, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, USA)|
|This thematic collection to be published in Palgrave Communications explores all aspects of soft power, from approaches to framing foreign-policy agendas, to the strategies that countries use to persuade and elicit positive attraction in order to obtain preferred outcomes.
Contributions are invited from a range of disciplines and perspectives, including, but not restricted to: diplomacy, international relations, security studies, international economics and law, sociology and anthropology.
Article proposals (including working title and abstract-length summary) should be sent to the Managing Editor at: Palcomms@palgrave.com for approval by the Guest Editor.
Deadline for full submissions: October 2016.
|Contributing authors include:|
|•||Prof Joseph Nye (Harvard University, USA)|
|•||Prof William Rugh (Middle East Institute, USA)|
|•||Dr Peter Sandby-Thomas (University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, USA)|
|•||Dr Craig Hayden (American University, USA)|
|•||Prof Paul Joseph (Tufts University, USA)|
|•||Ryoa Chung (University of Montreal, Canada)|
|•||Alan Chong (Nangyang Technical University, Singapore)|
|•||Emily Metzgar (Indiana University, USA)|
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