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February Blog Roundup: The Top 5

February might be the shortest month of the year, but it was jam-packed with great posts to the CPD Blog. Here are the top 5: 

5) Tsai Ing-wen: Did You Know that Taiwan is a "Country" in South Carolina? by James Carroll. How the South Carolina DMV took a diplomatic stand.

4) The Negative Impact of "Impact" by Kim Andrew Elliott. When evaluation of the media goes wrong. 

3) History is Happening: Hamilton and American Rebranding by Yesenia Vargas. On the soft power potential of the musical, "Hamilton." 

2) Shut Down the Voice of America? by Dan Robinson. The case for saying "so long" to the VOA. 

1) The Useful Idiots Show by David S. Jackson. A critique of Russia's RT Network.

From top to bottom:

Photo by m01229/CC by-SA 2.0, Photo by MiNe | CC BY 2.0, Photo by Nic McPhee | CC BY-SA 2.0, Photo by Wholiveswhodieswhotellsyourstory | CC BY-SA 4.0,Photo by Colin | CC BY-SA 2.0, Photo by Kremlin.ru | CC BY 3.0. 

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