• You can’t ask Trump not to use Twitter

    You can’t ask Trump not to use Twitter0

    Oleg Shakirov, expert of the Center for strategic research and Russian International Affairs Council expert, tells PICREADI about digital diplomacy and how social media affects international relations.   Solution Please follow and like us:

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  • Blast from the Past: Public Diplomacy:  “Out” for the U.S., “In” Overseas?

    Blast from the Past: Public Diplomacy: “Out” for the U.S., “In” Overseas?0

    By John Brown, Huffington Post, May 25, 2011
    [JB 3/9/2019: Today, the State Department does not have an Under Secretary for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs (as it did in the past) — not even an “acting one.”]
    Public diplomacy — defined by the State Department as “engaging, informing, and influencing key international audiences” — has become increasingly passé among American officials, scholars, and NGOs as a term and activity used to define how America should communicate with the outside world. Meanwhile, the governments of other countries — notably China and India — are enthusiastically embracing public diplomacy as a new and essential part of their foreign policy. Who’s the winner in such a situation — the USA or the rest of the world? Hard to say.I. Public Diplomacy: Passé for the U.S.?Public diplomacy was coined by Dean Edmund Gullion and the Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy in the mid-1960’s. He and his colleagues wanted to find a way to characterize the many informational,..

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  • Visual diplomacy is everyone’s job

    Visual diplomacy is everyone’s job0

    A couple of months ago, I found myself in a classroom at the Foreign Service Institute with a dozen other trainees and a yogi. It was no physical ed class, but a training exercise for public diplomacy.  Our scenario involved the promotion of a new fitness class for employees of the “MBI Corporation.”  In this

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