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What is special about the George Washington University, in particular the Global Communication master's program, is how it merges theory with practice. In my Public Diplomacy class, we did everything a public diplomacy practitioner would do including writing speeches, press simulations, and developing a public diplomacy strategy for our "embassy".

After graduation, I will be joining the U.S. Foreign Service as a Public Diplomacy Officer.  I am excited to explain U.S. history, cultures, and values to foreign audiences and promote educational and cultural exchange abroad.

Chaniqua Nelson

Master's in Global Communication, 2020 and Walter Roberts Public Diplomacy Student Award recipient, 2020

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Issue #101

 Intended for teachers of public diplomacy and related courses, here is an update on resources that may be of general interest.  Suggestions for future updates are welcome. William J. Burns, “A Make-or-Break Test for American Diplomacy,” April 6, 2020; “The Damage at...

Issue #100

Intended for teachers of public diplomacy and related courses, here is an update on resources that may be of general interest.  Suggestions for future updates are welcome. Gordon Adams, “The Presidential Inbox: Reform the Foreign Policy Toolkit for a Rebalanced...

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