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Mark D. Alleyne analyzes the key role of the UN's public information department in the organization's pursuit of its objectives. The prominence of concepts such as human rights and national self-determination in the international arena is due to the activity of this UN department. Alleyne explores the UN's use of propaganda to shape the agenda of international relations.…mehr

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Mark D. Alleyne analyzes the key role of the UN's public information department in the organization's pursuit of its objectives. The prominence of concepts such as human rights and national self-determination in the international arena is due to the activity of this UN department. Alleyne explores the UN's use of propaganda to shape the agenda of international relations.
Autorenporträt
MARK D. ALLEYNE is Assistant Director in-charge of research at the Ralph J. Bunche Center for African-American Studies, UCLA. He has taught at a number of universities, including The University of Illinois and the American University, Washington DC. Previous publications include International Power and International Communication and News Revolution.