- Public diplomacy
- 22nd February 2019
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Abu Dhabi FestivalPublished on Mar 30, 2018
H.E. Philip Parham, UK Ambassador to the UAE, highlighting the importance of Cultural Diplomacy
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MARCH 8, 2019
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ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR EDUCATIONAL AND CULTURAL AFFAIRS MARIE ROYCE11:00 a.m. Assistant Secretary Royce attends a roundtable discussion on F-1 and M-1 International Students and Specialty Occupations, at the White House.
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Korea Foundation President Lee Si-hyung speaks during a recent interview with The Korea Times at his office in Seoul. / Korea Times photo by Choi Won-suk
KF helps raise public awareness toward government's diplomatic policies
By Yi Whan-woo
The latest hazing death of a biracial teenager in Incheon and anti-immigration protests against asylum seekers from Yemen show the challenges Korea faces as it becomes a multicultural society.
To tackle such challenges, the Korea Foundation (KF), a nonprofit organization that has been promoting public diplomacy [JB emphasis] under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, is stepping up efforts to help people develop a global mindset, according to KF President Lee Si-hyung.
He deemed two projects — a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with district offices in Busan and the first “Public Diplomacy Week” — were especially helpful to achieve the goal.
The MOU was signed by ASEAN Culture House, an institution in Busan aimed at nurturing cult..
@AuCanada’s first tweet used the word “ouais”, which turned out to be a slightly controversial choice. Twitter It was, perhaps, as Canadian a moment in the 21st century as you’re going to get. Last Wednesday, Canada officially launched its national Twitter accounts in French and English as part of an integrated diplomacy strategy. At a
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Sophia Gaston spoke with Nina Jankowicz and Peter Pomerantsev, two of the leading expert researchers into contemporary disinformation, to explore the role that it is playing in the Coronavirus pandemic. They discussed the differing ways in which disinformation was being harnessed, the challenges of studying a landscape fraught with as much misinformation as disinformation, the next phases of government regulation, and the likely prominence of disinformation in the 2020 US Presidential Election.
Nina Jankowicz works at The Wilson Center in Washington, D.C., where she studies the intersection of democracy and technology in Central and Eastern Europe. Her book, ‘How to Lose the Information War’, will be published in July 2020. Ms. Jankowicz has advised the Ukrainian government on strategic communications under the a..