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  • Can the U.S. Counter ISIS on Social Media?

    Can the U.S. Counter ISIS on Social Media?

    Originally posted on author's Huffington Post blog The continued success of ISIS in using social media platforms for global recruitment has frustrated American officials. In an int ...

  • Between Digital Diplomacy and Diplomacy 2.0

    Between Digital Diplomacy and Diplomacy 2.0

    Several weeks ago I was asked if there was a difference between the terms digital diplomacy and diplomacy 2.0 or if they are simply synonyms. At the time, my answer was that both t ...

  • Vice News & Sports Diplomacy in North Korea

    Vice News & Sports Diplomacy in North Korea

    By: Andrew Petro (Twitter @AndrewPetro15) North Korea has been making headlines recently because of the release of The Interview. This political satire depicts two journalists and ...

  • The (Really) Big Picture of US Public Diplomacy

    The (Really) Big Picture of US Public Diplomacy

    Cross-posted at www.intermap.org By Dr. Craig Hayden (Twitter @IntermapPD) Yesterday the Public Diplomacy Council and the USC Annenberg Center on Communication Leadership and Polic ...

Free Food, Diplomacy!

Free Food, Diplomacy!

If you are in need of a little spice in your culinary life, the City of Gastronomy series is a good place to start. Are you looking for the best food around? Look no further than ...

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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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Cultural Diplomacy or Trojan Horse?

Cultural Diplomacy or Trojan Horse?

China’s Confucius Institutes are multiplying across each region of the globe. Don’t fret though. It’s for the best. On November 21, 2004, the first Confucius Institute opened its ...

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