Public Diplomacy and the Situation in Libya

by leah on April 4, 2011

I’m in a Public Diplomacy class at Hopkins this semester. Here is my presentation, theoretically as a diplomat who needs to present the issue to a group of foreign nationals. I am explaining how the events transpired and our 2 key reasons for action.

(Update: This would be a back up tool to a presentation, not a stand-alone document. The key in this is to demonstrate how the events unfolded in such a unique way that they led the US to get involved, as President Obama argued. Also, it’s meant to be a presentation, so it reads/looks better in full screen mode.)

3 comments

Cute presentation style but all you did was review events and then quote President Obama. That’s not much of a public diplomacy program. No real analysis or argument directed at foreign audiences.

by William Rugh on April 7, 2011 at 12:45 pm. Reply #

Reply: Thanks. I probably should have made this clear, but the public diplomacy argument is meant to be made (and the key themes drawn out) in a speech, with this as a back up tool.

by Leah on April 7, 2011 at 1:55 pm. Reply #

I feel you are well interested in what is going on in Libya, I just need the information of what kind of diplomacy was and has been applied to Libya by international community. Can you briefly provide the info to my mail address?

by Tyler on April 15, 2011 at 8:23 pm. Reply #

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