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Policy Implications of Global Governance through Public Diplomacy Activities

공공외교활동을 통해 본 글로벌거버넌스의 정책적 함의

  • Kim, Young Mi (Dept. of Public Administration, Sangmyung University)
  • 김영미 (상명대학교 공공인재학부)
  • Received : 2020.04.27
  • Accepted : 2020.05.20
  • Published : 2020.05.28

Abstract

While networks of many countries around the world are actively connected with the establishment of ICT-based infrastructure, diplomatic activities are also evolving into various diplomatic forms that are different from traditional diplomacy before. In particular, in the process, public diplomacy activities that focus on subjects other than the government and new diplomatic areas are accelerating. This study identifies the current state of public diplomacy that has emerged as a representative type of new diplomatic style and derives policy implications for the revitalization of global governance. The analysis was attempted based on data generated mainly on the main contents of various diplomatic activities by each entity, and the future direction of public diplomacy was sought. In particular, the subject of diplomacy is becoming more diverse, and most of all, various activities are being carried out based on the world stage due to changes in diplomatic means. Most of all, they understood that all the people are playing the role of private diplomacy, and that the roles and capabilities of local governments are becoming stronger. Global governance needs to be built to revitalize public diplomacy, and support policies need to be continued by expanding the role of public diplomacy and various topics.

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