Examines the impact of the Internet and other advanced technologies on the United States foreign policy agenda and the ways in which it is managed.
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About the Author
WILSON DIZARD, JR., is a Senior Associate in the international communications program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington. He is the author of six earlier books on media and communications.
Table of Contents
|1.||Foreign Policy in the Information Age||1|
|2.||The Origins of Digital Diplomacy||19|
|3.||Communications Satellites: The Policy Challenge||37|
|4.||The Spectrum Wars||59|
|5.||The Threat to Global Information Flows||73|
|6.||Restructuring Diplomatic Communications||99|
|7.||Organizing Digital Diplomacy||113|
|8.||Negotiating Electronics Trade||135|
|9.||The Future of Digital Diplomacy||165|