32:3 – Special Edition 2008

A collection of speeches and papers presented at the 100th Anniversary Edward R. Murrow Memorial Conference in cooperation with the Edward R. Murrow Center for the Study and Advancement of Public Diplomacy, Jonathan M. Tisch College of Citizenship and Public Service, Communications and Media Studies Program, Digital Collections and Archives, and Tufts University on April 14 and 15, 2008.


“Credible Public Diplomacy:” Truth and Policy, Persuasion and People
Alan K. Henrikson

Public Diplomacy at the Crossroads: Definitions and Challenges in an “Open Source” Era
Mark McDowell

Nation Branding and Public Diplomacy: Challenges and Opportunities
Bernard L. Simonin

The Practice of Public Diplomacy and Its Perpetual Critics
Leonard J. Baldyga

Globalization’s Reluctant Shepherd
Roberta Graham

Broadcasting Democracy? Matching Foreign Policy Goals and Messages
Lauren Brodsky

Elements of Credible Cultural Diplomacy: “Landmarks of New York” in Tokyo
Mark J. Davidson

Ed Murrow’s Legacy and the Real World Broadcast News
Harry Radliffe

A Revolution in Informational Affairs: Winning the War of Ideas
Erik Iverson

Perspectives on Public Diplomacy: Vietnam to Iraq
Sandy Vogelgesang

33:1 – Winter/Spring 2009

32:2 – Summer 2008