Thursday , July 27 2017

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[LISTEN] Richard Stengel’s Challenges

[LISTEN] Richard Stengel’s Challenges

Michael Schneider discusses the challenges facing Richard Stengel, D.C.’s new Under Secretary for Public Diplomacy.   Guy Golan and Michael Ardaiolo discuss new Under Secreta ...

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[WATCH] The Public Diplomacy Battle over Syria

[WATCH] The Public Diplomacy Battle over Syria

It's an over-simplified, unanswerable question, but who won the public diplomacy battle over Syria: Russia or U.S.?   Our panel of experts: Matthew Wallin | American Security ...

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[WATCH / LISTEN] The Future of Japanese Public Diplomacy

[WATCH / LISTEN] The Future of Japanese Public Diplomacy

Power has shifted in East Asia. Nancy Snow discusses the public diplomacy implications of modern Japan’s new role.     Our own Timi Komonibo interviews Dr. Nancy Snow ab ...

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Putin’s Op-Ed & the New World Order

Putin’s Op-Ed & the New World Order

Putin's NYT op-ed was clearly a public diplomacy failure. But there is much more to criticize than just the author. The proverbial has hit the fan over Syria these couple of weeks ...

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[WATCH] The BBG, an Agency “Defunct”

[WATCH] The BBG, an Agency “Defunct”

US House members argue that the BBG is a defunct agency. So should it be restructured to fight today’s war of info? In June 2013, the U.S. House Committee on Foreign Affairs held ...

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The Middle East Diplomacy Delusion

The Middle East Diplomacy Delusion

Solutions to today’s unconventional conflicts are murky. Public diplomacy is not the cure-all, but it is underused. Public diplomacy under the Obama administration has evolved fro ...

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21st Century African Narratives

21st Century African Narratives

Africa has a narrative problem. This misrepresentation can be corrected by investing in its own media institutions. When I first started studying Africa, I was pulled to the conti ...

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Moral Relativism & US Public Diplomacy

Moral Relativism & US Public Diplomacy

As the science of morality progresses, US public diplomacy should educate others despite any cultural differences. Since the Age of Exploration, the dominant views of Europeans to ...

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[WATCH] Press Freedom Crushed in Liberia

[WATCH] Press Freedom Crushed in Liberia

Rodney Sieh was jailed for uncovering corruption. Can Liberia still be regarded as a shining example of democracy? In February of 2011, a Liberian court convicted Rodney Sieh and ...

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