This book provides a comprehensive and up-to-date scholarly examination of how China builds international relationships through public diplomacy practices, together with an assessment of the impact of these practices around the world. It explores the sources of China's evolving strategies, how the past influences the present, and the impact of domestic factors that shape China's communication strategies. Including a wide range of detailed examples, the book also discusses how far China is creating new models that will reshape the current landscape of public diplomacy.
Chapters 1 and 11 of this book are freely available as downloadable Open Access PDFs under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-No Derivatives 4.0 license available at https://www.taylorfrancis.com.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
chapter 1|12 pages
Communicating China to the World
part I|83 pages
China's Global Communication ‘Strategies', ‘Past' and Present
chapter 4|16 pages
China's Communication Strategy in Latin America
part II|100 pages
Narratives from China: Stories to the World
chapter 10|15 pages
Manufacturing and Commodifying “Chineseness”
part III|66 pages
China in the Eyes of the “Other” - International Receptions of China's Stories