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Despite general consensus in Washington suggesting anti-Western sentiment in Libya, public opinion surveys have shown otherwise.
A look at how well countries in Africa and Asia, as well as cities, have attracted international students and workers.
Ilan Manor discusses the public diplomacy challenges Israel faces following President Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as its capital.
Shaun Riordan discusses why adding an extra €1 million per year to the East Stratcom Unit won't be much help.
A look at the distinction between nation brand and nation branding as well as the role of scientific exchange in diplomatic relations.
How does Donald Trump's Twitter feed impact America's standing in the world?
In light of recent events, Michael Edward Walsh provides a follow-up to his earlier piece about the Djibouti Regional Training Center (DRTC).
The age of digital diplomacy 3.0 emphasizes a personalized approach to technology, which has been implemented by India's Ministry of External Affairs via a smartphone app.