This review and analysis of the literature of foreign policy communications revealed five key themes in the framing of international affairs stories: bad news, bad views, whose news, shutterbug diplomacy, and getting framed. Each of these themes is explained and explored in depth.
How do you secure democracy? With an infusion of fresh blood.
We shouldn't have to call out lawmakers like Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene for encouraging the murder of opponents — and yet here we are, writes Kendall-Taylor.
Understanding the Conversation About Peacebuilding: An Analysis of Organizational Communications
This report maps the frames and narratives that organizations in the peacebuilding field use to communicate about peace and peacebuilding.
Communicating about Peace and Peacebuilding: Challenges, Opportunities, and Emerging Recommendations
Peace is widely recognized to be good, and yet peacebuilding stands at the periphery of our politics. This brief unpacks this seeming paradox, summarizing key findings from research on public...