- Title Pages
- List of figures
- List of tables
- Introduction: establishing the field of play
1The governance of sport in deeply divided societies: actors and institutions in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Cyprus and Northern Ireland
2Can sport contribute to the mission success of military peace support operations?
3Diplomatic actors in the world of football: individuals, institutions, ideologies *
4Mega sports events as political tools: a case study of South Africa’s hosting of the 2010 FIFA Football World Cup
5Contesting independence: colonial cultures of sport and diplomacy in Afghanistan, 1919–49
6Friendship is solidarity: the Chinese ping-pong team visits Africa in 1962 *
7Barnstorming Frenchmen: the impact of Paris Université Club’s US tours and the individual in sports diplomacy
8Football, diplomacy and Australia in the Asian century
9Boycotts and diplomacy: when the talking stops *
10‘Chinese rings’: the United States, the two Chinas and the 1960 Squaw Valley Winter Olympics
11Decentring US sports diplomacy: the 1980 Moscow boycott through contemporary Asian–African perspectives *
12‘They used Americana, all painted and polished, to make the enormous impression they did’: selling the Reagan revolution through the 1984 Olympic Games 1
- Post-match recovery and analysis: concluding thoughts on sport and diplomacy
- Sport and diplomacy
- J. Simon Rofe
- Manchester University Press
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