Challenging the Snake-oil Salesmen: A Critique of British Approaches to Soft PowerRawnsley, G. 2018 In : Journal of International Communication.
Media Freedom and Responsibility in South Korea: The perception of journalists and politicians during the Roh Moo-hyun presidencyGong, Q. S. & Rawnsley, G. 2017 In : Journalism: Theory, Practice, and Criticism.
Soft Power Rich, Public Diplomacy Poor: An Assessment of Taiwan’s External CommunicationsRawnsley, G. 2016 (Accepted/In press) In : The China Quarterly.
Vietnamese Cultural Diplomacy: An Emerging StrategyRawnsley, G. D. & Ngac, C. 2016 The Routledge Handbook on Soft Power. Chitty, N., Ji, L., Rawnsley, G. & Hayden, C. (eds.). Taylor & Francis, p. 425-440 (Routledge International Handbooks)
The Routledge Handbook of Soft PowerChitty, N. (ed.), Ji, L. (ed.), Rawnsley, G. (ed.) & Hayden, C. (ed.) 2016 Taylor & Francis. 508 p. (Routledge International Handbooks)
China's Soft Power: A Mid-Term AssessmentRawnsley, G. D. 2016 Global Media and Public Diplomacy in Sino-Western Relations. Gao, J., Ingram, C. & Kee, P. (eds.). Taylor & Francis, p. 14-30 (Rethinking Asia and International Relations)
Introduction to “International Broadcasting and Public Diplomacy in the 21st Century”Rawnsley, G. 2016 In : Media and Communication.4, 2, p. 42-454 p.
To Know Us is to Love Us: Public Diplomacy and International broadcasting in Contemporary Russia and ChinaRawnsley, G. 2015 In : Politics.35, 3-4, p. 273-286
Media and Governance in ChinaRawnsley, G. 2015 The Routledge Handbook of Chinese Culture and Society. Latham, K. (ed.). Taylor & Francis
China's International Broadcasting and Soft powerRawnsley, G. D. 2015 The Routledge Handbook of Chinese Media. Rawnsley, G. D. & Rawnsley, M-Y. T. (eds.). Taylor & Francis, p. 460-475 (The Routledge Handbooks)
The Routledge Handbook of Chinese MediaRawnsley, G. 2015 Taylor & Francis. 368 p.
Chinese International Broadcasting, Public Diplomacy and Soft PowerRawnsley, G. 2015 Routledge Handbook of Chinese Media. Rawnsley, G. & Rawnsley, M-Y. (eds.). London: Taylor & Francis, p. 460-47515 p. (Routledge Handbook)
"Thought-Work" and Propaganda: Chinese Public Diplomacy and Public Relations after Tiananmen SquareRawnsley, G. D. 2014 Oxford Handbook of Propaganda Studies. Auerbach, J. & Castronovo, R. (eds.). Oxford University Press, p. 147-16216 p. (Oxford Handbooks of Literature)
Taiwan’s Soft Power and Public DiplomacyRawnsley, G. D. 2014 In : Journal of Current Chinese Affairs.43, 3, p. 161-174
Taiwan’s soft powerRawnsley, G. 2014 In : Journal of Current Chinese Affairs.43, 3, p. 161-17414 p.
Radio Free Asia and China's Harmonious SocietyRawnsley, G. D. 2013 Propaganda, Power and Persuasion: From World War I to Wikileaks. Welch, D. (ed.). I.B. Tauris
Approaches to soft power and public diplomacy in China and TaiwanRawnsley, G. D. 2012 In : Journal of International Communication.18, 2, p. 121-13515 p.
'The Great Movement to Resist America and Assist Korea': How Beijing Sold the Korean WarRawnsley, G. D. 2012 Justifying War: Propaganda, Politics and the Modern Age. Welch, D. & Fox, J. (eds.). Basingstoke: Springer Nature, p. 251-26919 p.
The Media in Democratic TaiwanRawnsley, G. & Rawnsley, M-Y. 2012 Taiwan Experience Since Martial Law. Blundell, D. (ed.). University of California Press, p. 395-41723 p.
The Media and Information Environments Ten Years After 9/11: Accidental Journalists and the New Information LandscapeRawnsley, G. D. 2012 9/11 ten years after: Perspective and problems. Utley, R. E. (ed.). Taylor & Francis, p. 211-22414 p.
The Media and the Vitality of Democratic Taiwan: A Study of How Journalists and Politicians See Themselves and Each OtherRawnsley, G. D. & Gong, Q. 2012 The Vitality of Taiwan.Springer Nature, p. 98-118
Global Chinese Cinema: The Culture and Politics of HeroRawnsley, G. & Rawnsley, M-Y. 2011 Taylor & Francis. 226 p. (Media, Culture and Social Change in Asia Series)
The Political Narrative(s) of HeroRawnsley, G. 2011 Global Chinese Cinema: The Culture and Politics of Hero. Rawnsley, G. D. & Rawnsley, M-Y. T. (eds.). Taylor & Francis, p. 13-2614 p.
Political Communications in Democratic Taiwan: The relationship between politicians and journalistsRawnsley, G. & Gong, Q. 2011 In : Political Communication.28, 3, p. 323-34018 p.
The Laws of the Playground: Information Warfare and Propaganda Across the Taiwan StraitRawnsley, G. 2009 Cyber-Conflict and Global Politics. Karatzogianni, A. (ed.). Taylor & Francis, p. 79-9618 p. (Contemporary Security Studies)
The MediaVoltmer, K. & Rawnsley, G. 2009 Democratization in a Globalized World.Oxford University Press
”The Great Movement to Resist America and Assist Korea”: How Beijing Sold the Korean WarRawnsley, G., Welch, D. & Fox, J. 2009 In : Media, War and Conflict.2, 3, p. 285-31531 p.
China Talks Back: Public Diplomacy and Soft Power for the Chinese CenturyRawnsley, G. 2008 The Routledge Handbook of Public Diplomacy. Snow, N. & Taylor, P. M. (eds.). Taylor & Francis, p. 282-29110 p. (Routledge International Handbooks)
The media, internet and governance in ChinaRawnsley, G. D. 2008 China’s Opening Society: The Non-State Sector and Governance (China Policy). Yongnian, Z. & Fewsmith, J. (eds.). Abingdon: Taylor & Francis, p. 118-13518 p.
Regime transition and the media in TaiwanRawnsley, G. & Rawnsley, M-Y. T. 2007 In : Democratization.5, 2, p. 106-12419 p.
The Media and Democracy in AsiaRawnsley, G. 2007 In : Taiwan Journal of Democracy.1, 3, p. 63-7816 p.
Virtual China: The Internet as Threat or Opportunity?Rawnsley, G. 2007 In : St Antony's International Review.3, 1, p. 42-5716 p.
The Political Narrative(s) of Zhan Yimou’s HeroRawnsley, G. 2007 In : Media Asia.34, 1, p. 20-267 p.
Propaganda, diplomacy and democratisation in TaiwanRawnsley, G. 2006 Foreign Policy of the Major Powers: China and Japan.I.B. Tauris
Democratisation and election campaigning in TaiwanRawnsley, G. 2006 Political Communication, the Mass Media and Transitions to Democracy.Taylor & Francis
May you live in interesting times: Chinese and Japanese perspectives on peacekeepingRawnsley, G. 2006 Major Powers and Peacekeeping: Perspectives, Priorities and the Challenges of Military Intervention. Utley, R. E. (ed.). Taylor & Francis, p. 81-9818 p.
The Media, Internet and Governance in ChinaRawnsley, G. 2006 Taylor & Francis, p. 1-1818 p.
Mao ZedongRawnsley, G. 2006 International Encyclopedia of Social Policy. Midgely, J., Pascale, G., Fitzpatrick, T. & Manning, N. (eds.). Taylor & Francis
As edifying as a bout of mud wrestling: The 2000 presidential election campaign in TaiwanRawnsley, G. 2006 Political Communications in Greater China: The Construction and Reflection of Identity. Rawnsley, G. D. & Rawnsley, M-Y. T. (eds.). Taylor & Francis, p. 103-123
Political Communication and DemocracyRawnsley, G. 2006 Springer Nature. 252 p.
Mass media and political change in TaiwanRawnsley, G. 2006 Taiwan’s KMT and DPP Eras in Comparative Perspective.Harrassowitz
TaiwanRawnsley, G. 2006 International Encyclopedia of Social Policy. Fitzpatrick, T. (ed.). Taylor & Francis, p. 1389-13924 p.
Old Wine in New Bottles: Taiwan-China Information Warfare and PropagandaRawnsley, G. 2005 In : International Affairs.81, 5, p. 1061-107818 p.
Peaceful or Provocative? Taiwan’s 2004 ReferendumRawnsley, G. 2005 In : American Journal of Chinese Studies.78, 1, p. 201-22222 p.
Public Television and Popular Empowerment in TaiwanRawnsley, G. & Rawnsley, M-Y. 2005 In : Pacific Affairs.78, 1, p. 23-3816 p.
Media Reform in Taiwan Since 1987Rawnsley, G. & Rawnsley, M-Y. 2004 In : China Perspectives.56, p. 46-5510 p.
La réforme du secteur des mediasRawnsley, G. & Rawnsley, M-Y. 2004 In : Perspectives chinoises.85, p. 50-5910 p.
Treading a fine line: Treading a fine line: Democracy and the media in TaiwanRawnsley, G. 2004 In : Parliamentary Affairs.57, 1, p. 209-22214 p.
Selling democracy: Diplomacy, propaganda and democratisation in TaiwanRawnsley, G. 2003 In : China Perspectives.47, p. 58-6710 p.
La démocratie peut-elle acheter la reconnaissance internationale?Rawnsley, G. 2003 In : Perspectives chinoises.76, 76, p. 61-699 p.
Political Communications in Greater China: The Construction and Reflection of IdentityRawnsley, G. & Rawnsley, M-Y. 2003 Taylor & Francis. 352 p.
An institutional approach to election campaigning in TaiwanRawnsley, G. 2003 In : Journal of Contemporary China.12, 37, p. 765-77915 p.
Chiang Kai-shek and the 2-28 incident in TaiwanRawnsley, G. & Rawnsley, M-Y. 2001 In : Issues and Studies.37, 6, p. 77-10630 p.
Critical Security, Democratisation and Television in TaiwanRawnsley, G. & Rawnsley, M-Y. 2001 Taylor & Francis. 164 p.
Where’s the Beef? The 1998 mayoral elections in TaiwanRawnsley, G. 2001 In : American Journal of Chinese Studies.8, 1, p. 1-2525 p.
The Clandestine Cold War in Asia, 1945-64: Western Intelligence, Propaganda and Special OperationsRawnsley, G. 2000 Taylor & Francis. 312 p. (Cass Series-Studies in Intelligence)
Selling Taiwan: Diplomacy and propagandaRawnsley, G. 2000 In : Issues and Studies.36, 3, p. 1-2525 p.
Taiwan’s Propaganda Cold War: The Offshore Islands Crisis of 1954 and 1958Rawnsley, G. D. 2000 The Clandestine Cold War in Asia: Western Intelligence, Propaganda and Special Operations. Aldrich, R. J., Rawnsley, G. D. & Rawnsley, M-Y. T. (eds.). Abingdon: Taylor & Francis, p. 82-10422 p. (Studies in Intelligence)
Taiwan’s Informal Diplomacy and PropagandaRawnsley, G. 2000 Springer Nature. 200 p. (Studies in Diplomacy and International Relations)
The media and popular protest in TaiwanRawnsley, G. 2000 In : Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television.20, 4, p. 565-58016 p.
Cold War Propaganda in the 1950sRawnsley, G. 1999 Springer Nature. 264 p.
Taiwan’s propaganda Cold War: The offshore islands crises, 1954 and 1958Rawnsley, G. 1999 In : Intelligence and National Security.14, 4, p. 82-10120 p.
The Campaign of Truth: A populist propagandaRawnsley, G. 1999 Cold War Propaganda in the 1950s.Springer Nature
The BBC External Services and the Hungarian uprising, 1956Rawnsley, G. 1999 Cold War Propaganda in the 1950s.Springer Nature
The importance of monitored broadcastsRawnsley, G. 1998 Innovations in Diplomacy.Springer Nature
Regime Transition and the Media in TaiwanRawnsley, G. D. & Rawnsley, M-Y. T. 1998 Democratization and the Media. Randall, V. (ed.). Taylor & Francis, p. 106-12419 p.
Radio Diplomacy and Propaganda: The BBC and VoA in International Politics, 1956-1964Rawnsley, G. 1997 In : American Historical Review.102, 4, p. 1210-12122 p.
The 1996 presidential election campaign in Taiwan: The packaging of politics in a democratising stateRawnsley, G. 1997 In : The Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics.2, 2, p. 47-6115 p.
Overt and Covert: The Voice of Britain and black broadcasting in the Suez crisisRawnsley, G. 1996 In : Intelligence and National Security.11, 3, p. 497-52226 p.
Cold War radio in crisis: The BBC Overseas Services, the Suez crisis and the Hungarian uprising, 1956Rawnsley, G. 1996 In : Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television.16, 2, p. 197-21923 p.
Radio Diplomacy and Propaganda: The BBC and VoA in International Politics, 1956-1964Rawnsley, G. D. 1996 Basingstoke: Springer Nature. 224 p.
How special is special? The Anglo-American alliance in the Cuban missile crisisRawnsley, G. 1995 In : Contemporary British History.9, 3, p. 586-60116 p.