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Could the missile strikes on Syria enhance U.S. soft power? Philip Seib considers the possibility at the CPD Blog.
A new president-elect means a new reality for public diplomacy.
Philip Seib on writing his next book, Confronting Terrorism
On Obama's strategic communications adviser, Ben Rhodes.
Philip Seib breaks down the U.S. State Department's latest report.
Reflections on soft power in the Pacific.
Georgia must convince not only NATO, but its own population, of the benefits of membership.
Philip Seib cautions against unfounded optimism about the decline of IS.
Performance of Congress-Financed Alhurra TV: Do Viewership Numbers and American Taxpayer Money Spent Add Up?
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