Public Diplomacy: The Missing Component in Israel's Foreign Policy

@article{Gilboa2006PublicDT,
  title={Public Diplomacy: The Missing Component in Israel's Foreign Policy},
  author={Eytan Gilboa},
  journal={Israel Affairs},
  year={2006},
  volume={12},
  pages={715 - 747}
}
Israel maintained a positive image and reputation abroad from 1948 to 1967 and during the few periods of constructive negotiations in the Arab– Israeli conflict, including the 1977–1979 Israeli–Egyptian peace process and the 1993–1994 Oslo negotiations. During the 1991 Gulf War, Israel also garnered sympathy in the international community because it refrained from retaliating against Iraqi missile attacks on its major cities. However, since the outbreak the second intifada or the Palestinian… Expand

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