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Amanda Bennett says she is "all journalist and no diplomat."
The Under Secretary, Cristina Gallach, describes the challenges of managing the UN's image.
RFA's finances sharply criticized in new report.
WASHINGTON – The ability to talk is not the same as the ability to communicate.
That was the advice from USC’s Nicholas Cull at a public diplomacy conference here.
Asked what advice he would give to the new Secretary of State, Cull said he would first ask a question: “What’s possible? Am I going to waste my time talking [about projects that can never see the light of day]?”
WASHINGTON -- Last month the White House and the Broadcast Board of Governors proposed legislation as part of BBG’s FY2014 budget request to Congress that would create a new Chief Executive Officer who would supervise all U.S.
BEIJING – The 3rd Beijing International Film Festival was a public diplomacy showcase this week for Chinese cinema at its best. Banners throughout the capital promoted the festival, the awards ceremony and, not least, the film-selling market in a country that now proudly proclaims itself as the world’s leader in movie theater revenues, ahead of the U.S.
And yet, and yet…
WASHINGTON -- Alhurra television celebrates its ninth anniversary on Feb. 14, with a larger audience and claims of editorial progress.
The Reputational Reckoning for 2020: Part Two, Worrying News for the USA and Good News for New Zealand
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