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British Ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina
13th January 2020 Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
2020 VISION 2020 is written with 3D colorful numbers standing on a white surface – 3D rendering illustrationNew year, new start. Many of us will be looking ahead to what 2020 holds in store, probably with some nervousness, but hoping for positive change. Here in the British Embassy there will be lots of continuity – working to deliver citizen-focused change that increases opportunity, reduces corruption, strengthens the rule of law, and improves public services. But every year is different, and there are some major events in front of us.
At the end of this month the UK will leave the EU. Just as Brexit was a democratic decision, so we respect the decision of BiH to work towards joining the EU. As I have explained many times, this does not mean less of us and our support. Quite the opposite. We are increasing our cooperation, our programmes, our staffing, and our v..
The Future of Public Diplomacy （Hazel)
At a time when disinformation and fake news corrupt communication channels, delivering the truthful and authentic American message is needed now more than ever. American public diplomacy, our nation’s outreach to peoples around the world, is the prime channel for communicating this message. It is essential to this country’s national security and should be vigorously
Инстаграм је, објављено је данас, угасио профил који је Студентска канцеларија у северном делу Косовске Митровице отворила у склопу кампање „Не чланству Косова у Унеску“. Профил је, како је објашњено, затворен убрзо пошто је отворен, јер су у Инстаграму, слике спаљених и разрушених косовских цркава, манастира, гробља, окарактерисали као „узнемирујући садржај“. Заиста, какве су то
By Daniel Yergin, Nov 24, 1974, The New York Times Archives [JB – below an imperfect copy: article reproduced as it appears on line. Please refer to the link for the original version.] On Fulbright's NYT obituary, see.
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For more than 30 years, he managed his trick, to be two things to two sets of people. To the people of the world, he was the urbane peace prophet J. William Fulbright, of the furrowed brow, the three‐piece suit, the dignified mien, and, for almost all that time, of the Senate Fore..