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Kevin O’Shea who recently retired from the Canadian public service after nearly 35 years of service focuses his current advisory work and research on borders, Canada-US relations and public diplomacy [JB emphasis]. His public service career included assignments as an Assistant Secretary, Beyond the Border Implementation Team, in the Privy Council Office, and assignments in the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade in Ottawa, the Canadian Embassy in Washington, the Canadian Consulate in New York, the Canadian Mission to the EU in Brussels, the Canadian Mission to the OECD in Paris and the Canadian High Commission in Ghana. He sits on the International Advisory Board of Borders in Globalization, a multi-country research consortium on borders, and has recently become a Canadian Global Affairs Institute Fellow.RECENT PUBLICATIONS BY KEVIN O'SHEARevitalizing Canadian Public Diplomacy
Canada's Foreign Policy – A Review: Episode Six – Press Freedom and P..
Craig Hooper, Forbes, Mar 14, 2019
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America’s maritime rivals are inexorably making ceremonial appearances another basis for great power competition. Not only must stressed U.S. ships take the time to show up, they must also show up looking good, managing media coverage and wholeheartedly engaging in the subtle rough and tumble of public diplomacy [JB emphasis]. The stakes are high, and rivals are ready to use anything down to an ill-placed rust streak to diminish the wider public standing of America’s tough grey diplomats. Competitors know that a Navy’s public image and reputation are critical enablers of maritime dominance. But today, for the U.S. Navy, looking good takes too much time, sailors and money away from seemingly more important warfighting-oriented priorities.
Društvene mreže su ubrzale tok istorije, približile javnosti zanimanje diplomata i obelodanile informacije koje pre njihovog postojanja nisu bile toliko poznate. Ove tvrdnje je potvrdio i ojačao Richard Buangan, zvaničnik Stejt Departmenta koji se ujedno i nalazi na čelu Press centra, Biroa za javne poslove. Prema njegovim rečima, u diplomatiji i medijima, konverzacija može bitiRead more
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Nonprofit will bring Food Rescue Hero app to “20 Cities by 2020,” beginning with Cleveland, Philadelphia, and San Francisco
Excerpt: WASHINGTON, Jan. 10, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — The food-recovery nonprofit Food Rescue Hero today signed Qorvis Communications to develop and execute a robust communications campaign as part of a national expansion of its Food Rescue Hero technology. …About Qorvis CommunicationsQorvis Communications is Publicis Groupe's public affairs and geopolitical solutions offering. Qorvis is made up of a large corps of public affairs, public diplomacy, [JB emphasis] and strategic communications strategists who employ their diverse backgrounds and skillsets to produce positive outcomes for clients. The firm engages Publicis's vast resource network to further advance client efforts around the nation, and around the world. To learn more about Qorvis, visit: http://www..
Kosovo’s capital still doesn’t have running water 24 hours a day, but you can get a great beer thanks to the Sabaja Craft Brewery. The microbrewery opened up in Pristina, Kosovo’s capital, last year. It brews American-style ales, including a delicious IPA. “It’s the only beer of its kind in Kosovo,” according to Alex Butler,Read more