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Reflecting on the Lviv Security Forum, CPD Faculty Fellow Philip Seib discusses the critical importance of media literacy in combating hybrid warfare that relies on disinformation.
President Trump has declared terrorism defeated in Syria and Iraq, but CVE efforts increasingly need more attention in central Africa.
CPD Faculty Fellow Philip Seib reflects on the former president's legacy.
Philip Seib reflects on the U.S secretary of state's relatively short tenure, surveys the damage from his departure and offers some advice to his successor.
How does Donald Trump's Twitter feed impact America's standing in the world?
Philip Seib looks at the history of Al Jazeera and why it is a point of contention for some Middle Eastern countries.
PEPFAR is key to U.S. medical diplomacy and should be protected, writes Philip Seib.
Could the missile strikes on Syria enhance U.S. soft power? Philip Seib considers the possibility at the CPD Blog.
The Reputational Reckoning for 2020: Part Two, Worrying News for the USA and Good News for New Zealand
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