How American public diplomacy was practiced in Germany over the course of three decades is the subject of this essay by a distinguished retired senior public diplomacy officer. Brandenberg Gate, Berlin In Communicating with the World: US. Public Diplomacy Overseas1 I included four case studies on the practice of public diplomacy—in the Soviet Union,READ MORE
Dec 26, 2013 Written by Matt Bostrom, Guest Contributor Many of us have heard that the United States is “ahead of Europe” when it comes to digital campaigning in the political sphere. Certainly there are examples from the United States that come quickly to mind, such as Barack Obama’s 2012 and 2008 Presidential campaigns andREAD MORE
Last week I took part in a lively debate at Wilton Park, a forum for exchange and dialogue on global issues established at the end of World War II. It was part of a three-day conference on “soft power,” the term coined by American political scientist Joseph Nye in 1990 to describe the ability toREAD MORE
The ambassador has many roles to play, but should the main public diplomacy role be of advocacy or practicalities. The PDcast is a weekly podcast featuring Jennifer Osias (sitting in for Julia Watson), Adam Cyr and Michael Ardaiolo discussing the trending public diplomacy topics. Subscribe now in iTunes. The conversation continues using @Public_Diplomat and #PDcast. Send us your questions, comments and suggestions throughout theREAD MORE
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AGS welcomes Robert Satloff, Executive Director of the Washington Institute for a conversation surrounding U.S. public diplomacy [JB emphasis] in the Middle East, U.S. policy toward democratization and reform in the Middle East and U.S. policy toward the Arab-Israeli conflict.
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