Taiwan’s Informal Diplomacy and Propaganda

  • Gary D. Rawnsley

Part of the Studies in Diplomacy book series (STD)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiii
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  7. Back Matter
    Pages 142-182

About this book


How do governments that do not enjoy formal diplomatic relations use propaganda? When a government is denied recognition by the international community, it must explore every avenue of publicity available to project its image and policies. For such actors, propaganda can become diplomacy out of necessity. The Republic of China on Taiwan is such a government, and its predicament is the subject of this book. It discusses the relationship between diplomacy and propaganda from an exciting new perspective, illustrated by a fascinating case-study.


China cognition community Diplomacy government media The Republic

Authors and affiliations

  • Gary D. Rawnsley
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  1. 1.The University of NottinghamUK

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