The goal of U.S. public diplomacy should be to establish the United States as a more credible, truthful, and honest broker of information than Russia.
April 26, 2016
By Sean Keeley
For the past two years, the Ukraine crisis has provoked a profound reassessment of the U.S.-Russian relationship. Western diplomats have been particularly troubled by Russia’s concerted propaganda effort. With its near-total control over domestic television and online news outlets, the Kremlin has peddled a self-serving narrative whereby the U.S. orchestrated a fascist coup in Kiev in an attempt to weaken Moscow.
This messaging was not born in 2014. For the past decade, the …read more
Source: Center on Global Interests