Remaking France: Americanization, Public Diplomacy, and the Marshall Plan Brian Angus Mckenzie

ISBN: 9781845451547

Published: September 30th 2005

Hardcover

259 pages


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Remaking France: Americanization, Public Diplomacy, and the Marshall Plan  by  Brian Angus Mckenzie

Remaking France: Americanization, Public Diplomacy, and the Marshall Plan by Brian Angus Mckenzie
September 30th 2005 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 259 pages | ISBN: 9781845451547 | 7.79 Mb

Public diplomacy, neglected following the end of the Cold War, is once again a central tool of American foreign policy. This book, examining as it does the Marshall Plan as the form of public diplomacy of the United States in France after World War II, offers a timely historical case study. Current debates about globalization and a possible revival of the Marshall Plan resemble the debates about Americanization that occurred in France over fifty years ago.

Relations between France and the United States are often tense despite their shared history and cultural ties, reflecting the general fear and disgust and attraction of America and Americanization.



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