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Cultural Diplomacy did not begin until the later 1930s as a permanent function at the State Department. However, owing to circumstances then prevailing in the world, it, along with public diplomacy, became increasingly important in the 1940s−1960s. This Golden Age came to an end thereafter not...
At a time when cultural knowledge and understanding lie at the heart of every foreign policy challenge (and of many economic ones), and the Internet and the global economy have flattened the world to such a degree that young people everywhere need to become global citizens to succeed, the United...
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