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Sir Martin Davidson analyzes why China's soft power ranking does not match the amount it spends.

Omari Faulkner emphasizes dialogue and engagement in order to bridge the divide between us and those with whom we may not agree.

How governments, NGOs, embassies, and nonprofits can better manage their digital presence.
 
August 16, 2017

Mark Dillen asks how the Charlottesville protests "will affect the way the world sees us — and the way we see ourselves."

Olga Krasnyak looks at Nixon's presidency through the lens of space cooperation with the USSR.

Jeffrey Robertson discusses the importance of embassy websites in addition to social media.

Ilan Manor responds to a recent article which examined the U.S. Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy's report on data-driven public diplomacy.

Corneliu Bjola on how embassies and MFAs can properly respond to crises using digital tools.

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