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Public Diplomacy and National Security: Lessons Learned for the Next Administration

Watch footage from our recent event with CSIS.

Stockholm City Hall 03, by Stefan Lins

Russia's strategy toward Sweden blurs the line between public diplomacy and covert operations.

VOA is probably not a high priority for the new administration, but inevitably it will fall under scrutiny. [...] I was initially skeptical about the alarmist reports concerning VOA's future. But with a president who touts "America First" and a Republican majority in Congress unwilling to defy the White House, I am no longer so sanguine. Anything is possible.

Big Brother, by Thomas Cizauskas

What does the Trump administration's anti-media environment mean for the Voice of America?

Background, by MIH83

How the "post-truth" trend of misinformation is affecting NATO, and how the organization can fight back.

Most Americans probably don't think about it much, and some may even be unaware, but the United States has a government-funded international media outlet, Voice Of America. Now that Donald Trump is president, VOA, at least in a technical sense, is under his control. If you are thinking "This may not end well," you may be correct.

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