Ne nedostaje propaganda ISIS-a ( Islamske države Iraka i Šama- Islamic State of Iraq and al Sham) da vrbuje potencijalne regrute za svoju stvar.Ali da li je dovoljno uradjeno da se tome suprostavimo? Amerika sa svoje strane čini napore da se suprostavi ovakvom stanju putem promovisanja tolerancije i umerenosti. Napravila je I Sawab centar čiji
2nd Edition of the Routledge Handbook of Public Diplomacy Out Now
Since the 2008 release of the first edition of this encyclopedic guide, the landscape, technologies and best practices of public diplomacy have evolved. Now, so too has the Routledge Handbook of Public Diplomacy.
The second edition of this comprehensive work was edited by Nancy Snow (Schwarzman College, Tsinghua University) and Nicholas Cull (USC Master of Public Diplomacy Founding Director, CPD Faculty Fellow). Parts one through four retain their expert authors (many of whom belong to the CPD community) who contributed revised content for the new edition. It now also boasts 16 global case studies and ten new authors.
The link to purchase the book can be found here.
Table of Contents
1. Rethinking Public Diplomacy in the 2020s – Nancy Snow
2.Public Diplomacy Before Gullion: The Evolution of a Phrase – Nicholas J. Cull
Part 1: The Scope of Public Diplomacy: Key Practices
3. The Spectrum..
Earlier this week, I was asked to speak on this subject at TechUK’s Public Sector 2030 event. I don’t claim any special ability to see the future, and I think predicting specific technological advances is probably a fool’s errand – but I was happy to offer my best guess for the broader themes. Here’s what
William Inboden, thehill.com
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As the new Congress prepares to convene in January, it will face few tasks, if any, more important than adequately funding our nation’s defense. While our armed forces’ most fundamental mission lies in defending our nation and deterring our adversaries, a strong defense budget brings many other strategic benefits.
Five years ago, when testifying before the Senate Armed Services Committee, then-CENTCOM Commander Gen. James Mattis made a memorable plea for the State Department’s budget: “If you don’t fund the State Department fully, then I need to buy more ammunition ultimately.”
In this oft-quoted statement, Mattis offered an arresting argument for the importance of the State Department and diplomacy in preventing armed conflict and security threats to the United States. Yet the opposite also is true: to strengthen the State Department, along with U.S. diplomatic and economic influence, we need a large defense budget.
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Foreign and Commonwealth Office Chief Scientific Adviser
Part of Coronavirus (COVID-19)
24th August 2020 London, United Kingdom
Scientists from the first UK lab to work on live COVID-19: ‘We knew this virus was going to be different’ Over the past few months, my work has been dominated by the UK’s response to COVID-19, and how we can tackle this pandemic together internationally. I and my colleagues have been in touch with UK universities up and down the country, who are working tirelessly on researching COVID-19. We’ve heard from Andrew Davidson and David Matthews, who are founder members of the Bristol University COVID-19 Emergency Research (UNCOVER) Group. With a combined 20-years’ experience on coronaviruses, we were keen to hear more about their discoveries and understand why they believe international collaboration is key to overcoming the pandemic.Tell us about your first few months working on coronavirus and the ground-breaking discover..