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The battle of ideas in the war on terror : essays on U.S. public diplomacy in the Middle East

Author: Robert B Satloff
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Washington Institute for Near East Policy, 2004.
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"This collection of seventeen essays takes aim at the poll-driven, self-defeating approach to public diplomacy that has often defined U.S. outreach to Arabs and Muslims since September 11. It offers instead a vision of how the United States can fight - and ultimately win - the long-term battle of ideas in the Middle East."--BOOK JACKET.
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Satloff, Robert B. (Robert Barry)
Battle of ideas in the war on terror.
Washington, D.C. : Washington Institute for Near East Policy, 2004
(OCoLC)607420865
Online version:
Satloff, Robert B. (Robert Barry)
Battle of ideas in the war on terror.
Washington, D.C. : Washington Institute for Near East Policy, 2004
(OCoLC)607884283
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Robert B Satloff
ISBN: 0944029922 9780944029923
OCLC Number: 56591157
Description: xvi, 106 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: A Strategy for Public Diplomacy --
Devising a Public Diplomacy Campaign toward the Middle East: Part I-Basic Principles --
Devising a Public Diplomacy Campaign toward the Middle East: Part II-Core Elements --
What We Do Wrong --
Battling for Hearts and Minds in the Middle East --
We're Losing the Battle for Hearts and Minds --
Voices Who Speak For (and Against) Us --
Wrong Answer to al-Jazeera --
What We Do Right --
Still Open to Arabs --
Winning Over Arabs, One Dancer at a Time --
American Schools Abroad Have a Big Part to Play --
A New Approach --
Re-engage the World --
How to Win Friends and Influence Arabs --
The Djerejian Report: An Assessment --
A Practical Guide to Tapping America's Underappreciated, Underutilized Anti-Islamist Allies --
Private Initiatives and Public Diplomacy --
Lessons from the Front Line: My Two Years in Morocco --
Polls Apart: Why Public Opinion Surveys Should Not Define Public Diplomacy --
The Battle of Ideas in the War on Terror: Fighting the Fight.
Responsibility: Robert Satloff.
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"This collection of seventeen essays takes aim at the poll-driven, self-defeating approach to public diplomacy that has often defined U.S. outreach to Arabs and Muslims since September 11. It offers instead a vision of how the United States can fight - and ultimately win - the long-term battle of ideas in the Middle East."--BOOK JACKET.

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