İsmail Numan Telci, The New Turkey
Egyptian media outlet Mada Masr argued that due to the fear of domestic reactions, the Egyptian government ordered media channels in the country not to cover any news related to the 60 Minutes interview on any TV channel, newspaper, or website.
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Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi, who is behind the 2013 military coup, made headlines in the international media with a new scandal, which was initially planned to be a public diplomacy [JB emphasis] campaign. When accepting to give an interview to one of the most successful news programs in the U.S. – 60 Minutes – Sisi thought that it might contribute to enhance his global image. However, a series of events in relation to the interview created an opposite reaction.
The interview was conducted when Sisi visited New York last September to attend the 73rd session of the United Nations General Assembly. The Egyptian regime hoped that the interview would contribute to Sisi’s ..
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The Global Youth Ambassadors Program has taken more than 250 students to countries like Germany over the last decade. Now longtime education advocate John Eaves is helping student passports at an earlier age.
Editor’s note: The following is a sponsored article, meaning that Global Atlanta was compensated for its publication and consulted on the production of the piece. It was written by John Eaves, founder and executive director of Global Youth Ambassadors Program and the former chairman of the Fulton County Board of Commissioners John Eaves
Since getting my first passport 30 years ago, I’ve been fortunate enough to visit more than 50 countries and experience diverse cultures, wonderful people, beautiful landscapes, and fascinating ways of life.Unfortunately, relatively few Georgians embrace this privilege, with just over a third of our state’s citizens carrying a passport— even less than the national average of 48 percent. The shortfall is even more pronounced i..
Rachel Avraham, jerusalemonline.com
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Throughout the course of my journalistic career, I have had the privilege to get to know Mendi Safadi, a very intelligent and well-connected man, who has demonstrated that he passionately cares about assisting the underdogs who are being oppressed by totalitarian dictatorships. Whether one is speaking about Kurds, Hindus in Bangladesh or the Druze community in Syria, Mendi Safadi is at the forefront in the international community working in order to help them. And by helping the underdogs in the Islamic world, he has in turn given a positive face to Israel’s public diplomacy [JB emphasis].
Around the world, many view the State of Israel to be an oppressor, who persecutes the poor Palestinians. There are only two tools in Israel’s diplomatic arsenal in order to fight against this negative representation. One of the methods Israel can utilize is to be on the defensive and to explain why this is not true. Sadly, any effort..
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