Public Diplomacy, Citizen Diplomacy

Public diplomacy has become a buzzword over the past few years, particularly with regard to outreach to public opinion vis à vis the U.S. in the Arab World. President Obama’s inaugural address and subsequent interview with Al Arabiya are notable examples of how seriously the new administration is taking the matter. But what about the Arab world’s public diplomacy vis à vis American opinion of it? If the English-language Website of the League of Arab States — better known as the Arab League — is any indication, it doesn’t seem to be a very high priority. The U.S. seems to […]

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