Tag Archives: Cultural Diplomacy

Diplomacy at Home: Holding Down the Fort

Written by Kelli Cooney, Master’s Candidate in the Public Diplomacy Program at Syracuse University. — My public diplomacy efforts this summer are focused on Asia, the Middle East, South and Central America, some Caribbean Islands, West, East and Central Africa … Continue reading

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The Challenge of Making NATO’s Voice Heard

Written by Dr. Stefanie Babst, NATO’s Deputy Assistant Secretary General for Public Diplomacy

Question: how many videos do you imagine are watched on YouTube each day. A few million? A couple of hundred million? The answer is actually 2 billion – and growing.

In 2007, Twitter saw 5,000 tweets a day. Today Twitter counts over 300 million registered users.

In 2012, the most popular social network, Facebook, reports more than 800 million active users. It is the world’s most visited website, accessible in 70 languages and consuming 700 billion minutes per month… Continue reading

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“What is more?” The Rwandan Genocide and Human Rights

  The opportunity to travel is never one to miss. Seeing new places and trying new things always makes me question who I am and who I want to be. Over this last winter, I had the opportunity to travel … Continue reading

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