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What lies ahead for gender in diplomacy? Nancy Snow suggests this.
Nancy Snow on why student exchanges are an important aspect of public diplomacy.
The obscure we see eventually. The completely obvious, it seems, takes longer.
-- Edward R. Murrow
This article originally appeared in The Huffington Post on September, 20, 2007
Lesson 1: When in China, buy a bike.
This article originally appeared in Foreign Policy in Focus, December 13, 2006.
Anti-Americanism has emerged as a term that, like "fascism" and "communism" in George Orwell's lexicon, has little meaning beyond "something not desirable." However it is defined, anti-Americanism has clearly mushroomed over the last six years, as charted in a number of polls. This phenomenon is, everyone agrees, intimately tied to the exercise of U.S. power and perceptions around the world of U.S. actions.
The State Department announced Thursday that figure skater Michelle Kwan would become a public diplomacy ambassador representing sports and U.S. values to the world. The 26-year-old five time world champion who vaulted onto the world figure skating stage at 15 is now a graduate student in political science and international relations at the University of Denver, alma mater of Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. Kwan seems like a good safe choice to represent U.S. values in diversity and sports excellence.
The Reputational Reckoning for 2020: Part Two, Worrying News for the USA and Good News for New Zealand
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