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  • Putting Nazi Weapons in Jewish Hands

    Putting Nazi Weapons in Jewish Hands

    https://soundcloud.com/thepublicdiplomat/putting-nazi-weapons-in-jewish-hands-a-wing-and-a-prayer-on-pbs A popular PBS documentary, A Wing and a Prayer tells the little-known story ...

  • Girls Rights in Mexico

    Girls Rights in Mexico

    Every year, young women in Mexico face a variety of challenges and threats ranging from bullying, early pregnancy, violence, and poverty. Rosa Fosfo is Mexico's first NGO dedicated ...

  • How Safaricom Helps Shape Kenya’s Nation Brand

    How Safaricom Helps Shape Kenya’s Nation Brand

    University of Iowa assistant professor Melissa Tully (Twitter @tullyme) and doctoral candidate David Tuwei (Twitter @david_tuwei) discuss their research on Kenyan mobile phone serv ...

  • Japan’s JET Program

    Japan’s JET Program

    Professor Emily Metzgar of Indiana University joins Professor Guy Golan of Syracuse University to discuss her research on the Japan Exchange and Teaching Program (JET Program) and ...

[LISTEN] U.S. Public Diplomacy Priorities for 2014

It is a new year for U.S. public diplomacy, meaning it is time to assess the current state and plan for the future.   Dr. Guy Golan and Michael Ardaiolo discuss the top U.S. ...

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[LISTEN] The Last Three Feet Approach

[LISTEN] The Last Three Feet Approach

Despite the size of the organization behind the public diplomacy, the last three feet remain the biggest challenge.   Michael Ardaiolo discusses frontline public diplomacy an ...

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[LISTEN] The Process of Branding a Nation

[LISTEN] The Process of Branding a Nation

While nation branding may oversimplify a country, it is also spurring serious conversation about national identity.   Michael Ardaiolo discusses the process behind nation bra ...

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[LISTEN] On Fashion Diplomacy

[LISTEN] On Fashion Diplomacy

Fashion greatly affects both identity and perception, making it an especially powerful tool for cultural diplomacy.   Michael Ardaiolo discusses fashion diplomacy and how fas ...

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[LISTEN] Simon Anholt: Identity vs Brand

[LISTEN] Simon Anholt: Identity vs Brand

Simon Anholt believes that countries should stay away from the branding, and instead embrace a neighborly identity.   Dr. Guy Golan and Michael Ardaiolo discuss the differenc ...

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[LISTEN] Social Media, Analytics & Engagement

[LISTEN] Social Media, Analytics & Engagement

Social media and analytics have changed international corporate engagement for good. Will governments follow suit?   Dr. Guy Golan and Michael Ardaiolo discuss social media, ...

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[LISTEN] Professionalizing Nation Branding

[LISTEN] Professionalizing Nation Branding

Nation branding is a young concept that is still being professionally defined, but its influence is already global. *This was originally recorded as a G+ Hangout, but it was refor ...

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[LISTEN] Public Diplomacy & Democracy

[LISTEN] Public Diplomacy & Democracy

Does a democratic government predicate effective public diplomacy, or is it simply inhibiting a coherent message?   Michael Ardaiolo discusses how public diplomacy affects di ...

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[LISTEN] John Prendergast & NGO Public Diplomacy

[LISTEN] John Prendergast & NGO Public Diplomacy

From the Clinton White House to the Enough Project , John Prendergast has refined the art of engaging with publics.   Michael Ardaiolo and Jennifer Osias discuss the similari ...

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[LISTEN] The Al Jazeera Effect & International Broadcasting

[LISTEN] The Al Jazeera Effect & International Broadcasting

The Al Jazeera effect sparked an international broadcasting arms race. How much of an audience can governments buy?   Dr. Guy Golan discusses the Al Jazeera effect and how ot ...

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