Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia from
hopr.gov [House of Peoples’ Representatives of the FDRE]
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Members of the Uk parliament delegation said they will continue strengthening the all round relations between Ethiopia and Uk., 22/02/2019. Read MoreA Farewell of Lucy’s National tour for peace and love was inaugurated at the HPR., 22/02/2019. Read MoreMembers of the Uk parliament delegation said they will continue strengthening the all round relations between Ethiopia and Uk., 18/02/2019. Read MoreThe Europe parliament member Ana Gomez visited House of Peoples’ Representatives, 11/02/2019. Read More …
Image from Wikipedia, “Seal of the United States Intelligence Community,” which states: “The United States Intelligence Community (IC) is a federation of 16 separate United States government intelligence agencies and a 17th administrative office, that work separately and together to conduct intelligence activities to support the foreign policy and national security of the United States.”
Excerpt from document cited above:The National Intelligence Strategy of the United States of America August 2019
IC Vision: A Nation made more secure by a fully integrated, agile, resilient, and innovative Intelligence Community that exemplifies America’s values.
IC Mission: Provide timely, insightful, objective, and relevant intelligence and support to inform national security decisions and to protect our Nation and its interests.
This National Intelligence Strategy (NIS) provides the Intelligence Community (IC) with strategic direction from the Director of National Intelligence (DNI) for the..
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Matthew Lawrence, Strategic Communications and Marketing Professional, via linkedin, published December 27, 2018
It’s no surprise that Army officers tend to be ‘can-do’ type people who don’t shy away from things that need to be done; however, knowing when to get advice from a subject matter expert is the key to success in many ventures. Unfortunately, when it comes to engaging with the media, too many leaders assume that their abilities will enable them to shine because, well, they are great, successful, smart people. Media interviews are deceptively easy-looking, and if you do not put in the same thought and preparation into your media engagement as you do other missions, whether the media outlet is positive, neutral, or negative in nature, can leave you with less than desirable results. Here are some pitfalls that we Public Affairs professionals often see, and some advice on how you should approach any interview.
Be Honest With Yourself
Conducting an inter..
As you can see, E-International Relations has recently had a facelift. Don’t be fooled, however. The update was purely cosmetic but E-IR has committed to continuing its role as a premier outlet of international relations commentary and analysis. Which is why it is confusing they kept me around. I have been a proud contributor to
Last June, USC’s Center on Public Diplomacy did a piece on Islamophobia & U.S. Public Diplomacy in the Trump Era. In another post on re-thinking social engagement, CPD writes that “in the age of Trump though, global organizations, especially those with American origins, must do all they can now to shore up their reputational capital and strengthen