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Does money really rule the world? Or is just the dollar?


Written by Tatyana Nosenko Photo by redjar Although most of us are allergic to any topics connected with the Financial Crisis of 2007-2008 (Has anyone noticed that Asian Financial Crisis took place exactly ten years ago from 1997-1998? Freak accident?), … Continue reading

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The Power of Sport: Should sport and diplomacy mix?


Written by Kristen Livingston Photo by U.S. Embassy New Delhi  “Sport has the power to change the world. It has the power to inspire. It has the power to unite people in a way that little else does. Sport can … Continue reading

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America’s “Identity Crisis”


Written by Su Kim Photo by Vectorportal The New York Times recently compared the outreach of the Obama Administration to the Bush Administration in the context of Egypt, which has sparked a debate that has recurred in American foreign policy. … Continue reading

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The Democracy of the Internet


Written by Andrew Kneale, Cultural Relations Project Manager, British Council USA Photo by Svadilfari Today, Egyptians will take to the streets in their fourth day of protests against the 30-year rule of President Hosni Mubarak.  Yesterday, thousands of Yemenis rose … Continue reading

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An intersection of law and public diplomacy? International defamation law


Written by Ryan J. Suto Photo by steakpinball This is a summary and review of the article Should states have a legal right to reputation? Applying the rationales of defamation law to the international arena by Elad Peled. It appears … Continue reading

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Facets of Diplomacy


Written By Jackie Kochell For the second issue of Exchange: The Journal of Public Diplomacy, our editorial staff chose to focus on the many aspects of public diplomacy research and practice with the theme “Facets of Diplomacy.” Through Exchange, we … Continue reading

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