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The Daily: For September 26, 2013

The Daily: For September 26, 2013

Our round-up of news, notes, tips, and Tweets exhibiting how public diplomacy effects the world each and every day. The voting for the next director-general of UNESCO begins in ea ...

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The Daily: For September 20, 2013

The Daily: For September 20, 2013

Our round-up of news, notes, tips, and Tweets exhibiting how public diplomacy effects the world each and every day. The op-eds keeping coming: new Iranian president Hassan Rouhani ...

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The Daily: For September 17, 2013

The Daily: For September 17, 2013

Our round-up of news, notes, tips, and Tweets exhibiting how public diplomacy effects the world each and every day. A day after Internet users in Iran were surprised to gain acces ...

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The Daily: For September 16, 2013

The Daily: For September 16, 2013

Our round-up of news, notes, tips, and Tweets exhibiting how public diplomacy effects the world each and every day. In a throwback to the early days of the Cold War, terrestrial r ...

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The Daily: For September 10, 2013

The Daily: For September 10, 2013

Our round-up of news, notes, tips, and Tweets exhibiting how public diplomacy effects the world each and every day. The Institute for Government published a paper discussing the m ...

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The Daily: For September 9, 2013

The Daily: For September 9, 2013

Our round-up of news, notes, tips, and Tweets exhibiting how public diplomacy effects the world each and every day. Two Washington, DC-based rappers launched a Kickstarter campaig ...

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The Daily: For September 6, 2013

The Daily: For September 6, 2013

Our round-up of news, notes, tips, and Tweets exhibiting how public diplomacy effects the world each and every day. Bangalore, the birthplace of community radio, is seeing a resur ...

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The Daily: For August 26, 2013

The Daily: For August 26, 2013

An editorial in The Free Press Journal argues that the U.S.’s use of hard power in Iraq and Afghanistan devalued its potency, leaving only soft power tools as a means of persuasio ...

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