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U.S. National Strategy For Public Diplomacy And Strategic Communication

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Public diplomacy is, at its core, about making America's diplomacy public and communicating America's views, values and policies in effective ways to audiences across the world. Public diplomacy promotes linkages between the American people and the rest of the world by reminding diverse populations of our common interests and values. Some of America's most effective public diplomacy is communicated not through words but through our deeds, as we invest in people through education, health care and the opportunity for greater economic and political participation. Public diplomacy also seeks to isolate and marginalize extremists and their ideology. In all these ways, public diplomacy is &t;waging peace,&t; working to bring about conditions that lead to a better life for people across the world and make it more difficult for extremism to take root.

Keywords: education; extremism; health care; public diplomacy; strategic communication



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