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Neal Rosendorf on the turmoil in the Trump White House.
GW Professor and former Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs on his most recent book, Red Line.
For an American reader, I.I.P.’s body of work offers a fascinating look not only at what our government wants to tell the world but also at what it wants to believe about itself. The obvious conflicts of interest that accompanied Donald Trump into office are in one sense the least of I.I.P.’s problems; the larger question is what a propaganda unit is supposed to do when the pronouncements of its head of state are so often at odds with the national vision it tries to sell to the world.