Tuesday , December 12 2017

The Daily: Weibo Diplomacy Makes the News

The Daily: Weibo Diplomacy Makes the News

Our round-up of news, notes, tips and tweets exhibiting how public diplomacy affects the world each and every day. First time I have seen “Weibo Diplomacy” used in mass media. Goo ...

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A Look Back at KONY2012: A Divisive Game-Changer

A Look Back at KONY2012: A Divisive Game-Changer

While the KONY2012 campaign is now remembered for controversy, it was also a crucial public diplomacy game-changer. In March 2012, the non-governmental organization Invisible Chil ...

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UNESCO and the U.S. at the Palestinian Impasse

UNESCO and the U.S. at the Palestinian Impasse

Can UNESCO use the boomerang pattern to break its impasse with the U.S. over admitting Palestine as a member state? In October of 2011, the UN agency for Education, Science and Cu ...

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[LISTEN] John Prendergast & NGO Public Diplomacy

[LISTEN] John Prendergast & NGO Public Diplomacy

From the Clinton White House to the Enough Project , John Prendergast has refined the art of engaging with publics.   Michael Ardaiolo and Jennifer Osias discuss the similari ...

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The Daily: For October 4, 2013

The Daily: For October 4, 2013

Our round-up of news, notes, tips, and Tweets exhibiting how public diplomacy effects the world each and every day. Initiatives using cultural artifacts are useful but often under ...

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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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The Daily: For September 5, 2013

The Daily: For September 5, 2013

Our round-up of news, notes, tips, and Tweets exhibiting how public diplomacy effects the world each and every day. According to Dr. Lori E. Murray, the U.S. has been losing the p ...

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