Author profile: Nancy Snow

Nancy Snow, Ph.D (American University) is Emerita Professor at California State University, Fullerton, longtime Adjunct Professor at the University of Southern California Annenberg School, and a former Visiting Professor of Public Diplomacy at Syracuse University Newhouse School. Her visiting faculty engagements include China (Tsinghua), Japan (Keio, Sophia); Korea (Ewha Womans University), Israel (Reichman/IDC); Sweden (Lund University), and Malaysia (UiTM). She is a recognized global expert in propaganda and public diplomacy studies and is the author or co-editor of fourteen books in six languages.

Student Mobility and Its Relevance to International Relations Theory

Nancy Snow • Dec 5 2021 • Articles

State centric power politics and regional hegemony will likely continue to drive student mobility growth and influence.

Public Diplomacy and Propaganda: Rethinking Diplomacy in the Age of Persuasion

Nancy Snow • Dec 4 2012 • Articles

Public diplomacy is not just a euphemism for a kinder, gentler propaganda, but also part of the modern diplomat’s toolkit. This is not our mother’s diplomacy. Today a citizen blogger is as much a public diplomat as any Undersecretary of State for Public Affairs.

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