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Lessons from the late Prime Minister of Singapore.
Philip Seib on what the U.S. is getting wrong in the Middle East.
A review of Outpost: Life on the Frontlines of American Diplomacy by Christopher R. Hill.
Philip Seib reviews Nye's latest book on American soft power.
Even in this emotionally fraught time most Arab states continue to ignore public diplomacy, writes Philip Seib in the CPD Blog.
Philip Seib on encouraging developments in the diplomatic response to terrorism.
U.S. public diplomacy tends to react to situations, rather than taking initiative, says Philip Seib.
Philip Seib makes the case for a new counterterrorism approach.
Performance of Congress-Financed Alhurra TV: Do Viewership Numbers and American Taxpayer Money Spent Add Up?
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