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Office of the SpokespersonWashington, DCMarch 11, 2019The President’s FY 2020 budget request proposes $40 billion for the State Department and U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). The FY 2020 budget request provides the necessary resources to protect United States citizens, increase American prosperity by utilizing foreign assistance to create the conditions that will expand opportunities for U.S. businesses, support our allies while asking other nations to do more, and advance a secure, prosperous world by assisting countries to become self-reliant economic and security partners.This budget request focuses resources on providing better results for the American people. It supports effective American diplomacy, prioritizes embassy security and the protection of diplomats and staff, and provides support for strategic partners and diplomatic progress. It also makes programs more effective while increasing burden sharing in orde..
By Amanda Allison, Intern at FleishmanHillard, Washington DC According to a panel of experts at last week’s Digital Diplomacy Coalition’s event on Economic Diplomacy, social media has the power to engage and prevent eyes from glazing over—even when the topic is complex and traditionally uninteresting. The Digital Diplomacy Coalition (@digidiplomats) held a panel discussion titled
report on Dec. forum w Jody Olsen, events of interest this week
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to Adam, Hunter, bcc: John.H30Dear Colleagues,
If you missed this month’s First Monday forum with Peace Corps Director Jody Olsen, you can see Alan Heil’s article on her remarks at https://www.publicdiplomacycouncil.org/2018/12/13/a-peace-corps-portrait-in-a-season-of-peace/
Our next First Monday lunch forum on Jan. 7 will feature Emerson Brooking and Peter Singer, authors of Like War: The Weaponization of Social Media. As usual, we will convene at George Washington University’s Elliott School, in the Lindner Commons, Rom 602. And as always we ask that you RSVP to [email protected] so we have an accurate count for catering. More about Brooking, Singer and their book at https://www.likewarbook.com/
Change of date for the next Council meeting: The next meeting of the Council membership will be on Monday morning, February 11th, instead of Monday, F..
“It could be there is some well-thought-out strategy behind all of this,” Mr.[ Stephen] Schwartz [United States ambassador to Somalia from 2016 to 2017] added, “but I really doubt it.”
–From Eric Schmitt and Charlie Savage, “Trump Administration Steps Up Air War in Somalia,” The New York Times (March 10, 2019)