Arts & International Affairs: Vol. 3, No. 2, Summer/Autumn 2018

ARTS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS VOLUME 3, ISSUE 2 • SUMMER/AUTUMN 2018 SPECIAL ISSUE: INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS ARE ACOUSTIC. LET’S LISTEN! FRÉDÉRIC RAMEL, SPECIAL ISSUE GUEST EDITOR Introduction: International Relations Are Acoustic. Let’s Listen! ................................. 1 Frédéric Ramel Music Education and the Production of Prestige: West German Music Diplomacy in South Vietnam (1960–1968) | Longform (peer reviewed) ....................... 9 Mario Dunkel Critical Reflections on Music and Humanitarian Narratives | Multimodal ............... 25 Luis Velasco-Pufleau, with an Afterword by Stephanie Weber Reconciliation: Does Music Matter? | Brushstrokes ......................................................... 33 Emilie Aussems The Barenboim Case: How to Link Music and Diplomacy Studies | Longform (peer reviewed)....................................................................................................... 39 Frédéric Ramel and Michael Jung Brazilian Funk Can Make a Political Difference | Brushstrokes ..................................... 69 Corentin Cohen Our Longform articles are double-blind peer reviewed. The Brushstrokes and Multimodal articles undergo an extensive in-house editorial process.