Foreign relations used to be the exclusive domain of governments. However, in today’s globalised and inter-connected world, a vast array of non-state actors also drive and influence relations among countries.
With 24/7 news channels, the Internet, Twitter and other social networking tools, state representatives are fast losing their monopoly on fashioning public attitudes and perceptions.
Today, the reputation of nations can be built or destroyed by the activities of a host of ...
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