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FILE – State Department Spokesperson Heather Nauert speaks during a briefing at the State Department in Washington, Nov. 30, 2017.
STATE DEPARTMENT —U.S. President Donald Trump has announced he will nominate State Department spokesperson Heather Nauert as the new U.S. ambassador to the United Nations.
“She's [Nauert is] going to work with Nikki Haley to replace Nikki at the United Nations. She'll be ambassador to the United Nations,” Trump told reporters at the White House early Friday. “She's very talented, very smart, very quick. And I think she's going to be respected by all.”
Haley announced in October she would be leaving the job by the end of the year.
Nauert joined the State Department in April 2017 after a career in broadcast journalism, first serving under former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, and then under current Secretary of State Mike P..
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Recently, the Turkish government has garnered global attention for its response to the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. But will this effort help restore Turkey's soft power image?CPD Contributing Scholar Senem Çevik writes that instead, Turkey has steered its strategy from one that leverages its soft power to one that relies increasingly on hard power tools such as its defense industry. The difficulty of repairing a damaged reputation reinforces one key principle of public diplomacy [JB emphasis] —that public diplomacy alone cannot be sufficient damage control if unhelpful policies remain in place. “To be sure, despite commendable public diplomacy efforts, Turkey is largely a victim of its own policies in both the domestic and international arenas. Turkey’s domestic policies and confrontational foreign policy rhetoric damage Turkey’s image in the short term, and in the long term help to gradually build an undesirable reputat..
BBCZastava NATO alijanse Crtež na kojem ljude obešene na štriku nadgleda vojnik sa batinom u ruci i znakom američkog dolara na uniformi dok im iz džepova ispada novac u NATO ćupove objavljen je na Fejsbuk stranici ambasade Rusije u Hrvatskoj kao ironična čestitka za 70. godišnjicu postojanja Severnoatlanske alijansi. „Sretna godišnjica NATO saveza. 70 godinaRead more
By Paul Rockower It is fitting that a magazine devoted to studying innovations and trends in the field of public diplomacy has turned its focus on an increasingly popular forms of cultural diplomacy: gastrodiplomacy. Public Diplomacy Magazine’s Summer 2009 issue on Middle Powers explored the behavior of middle powers and the contours of “middlepowermanship.” ArticlesRead more
Image from article, with caption: CIEE's Changemaker in Action Grants are designed to increase the impact of social change efforts such as the Green Art Festival founded by Guxim Klinaku and Grese Koca, CIEE Work & Travel USA and Civic Leadership Summit alumni from Kosovo.
PORTLAND, Maine, Feb. 6, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Since 1969, CIEE has been a leading provider of public diplomacy [JB emphasis] programs, bringing foreign students and young professionals from countries around the globe to the United States on cultural exchange programs for work and study. To celebrate 50 years of making the great American experience accessible to people from a broad cross-section of nations and cultures through CIEE Work & Travel USA, in 2019, CIEE will award up to $50,000 in grants to exchange alumni who are working to make change in their home countries.
CIEE's Changemaker in Action Grants are designed to increase the impact of social change efforts such as the Green Art Fest..