On Modern Media and the Transmission of Western National Diplomatic Thought



Modern Western national diplomatic thought passed from Japan to China through the media. In this paper, we examine how newspapers and periodicals can help us understand the historical context in which Western national diplomatic thought formed and developed. We explore how Japanese national diplomatic thought was introduced to China through the media. The transmission of Western national diplomatic thought through the modern media reveals the development of this media communication network, and reflects the role of the press and media in the transformation from the traditional to the modern era.


Media; National diplomacy thought; Transmission

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