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Russian Opinion Of The United States Is At An All-Time Low

Russian Opinion Of The United States Is At An All-Time Low | International Public Relations | Scoop.it
When it comes to Russia, most people's attention is, quite understandably, on the downing of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 and the tragic loss of hundreds of innocent lives. The crisis surrounding that brutal and unjustifiable act is only just getting started, and has created what is clearly the most serious [...]
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A Tale Of Two Dissidents Shaping U.S.-China Relations

A Tale Of Two Dissidents Shaping U.S.-China Relations | International Public Relations | Scoop.it
Slow boat to extradition Edward Snowden, the NSA contractor holed up in Hong Kong, has been called many things - whistleblower, leaker, traitor - since he went public with his grab-bag of classified U.S. surveillance programs. More secrets are coming out: today's revelation is that U.S. spies targeted world leaders at a [...]
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U.S.-Japan-China Relations: Ambassadors Caroline Kennedy, Niwa Uichiro, The State Department, And The Gaimusho

U.S.-Japan-China Relations: Ambassadors Caroline Kennedy, Niwa Uichiro, The State Department, And The Gaimusho | International Public Relations | Scoop.it
The purpose of diplomacy is to resolve, or at least manage, foreign relations issues. Meetings of national leaders should produce agreements (or, more often, ratify previously reached agreements). They should never result in deadlock or, worst of all, unresolved conflict, from which the next logical step is war.
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Nathan's Famous International Hot Dog Eating Contest Is Now America's Event

Nathan's Famous International Hot Dog Eating Contest Is Now America's Event | International Public Relations | Scoop.it
For one day every year, the spotlight shines bright on Major League Eating. Today marks the 99th annual Nathan’s Famous International Hot Dog Eating Contest.
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Breakthrough? Syria Says It Will Surrender Chemical Weapons To International Control

Breakthrough? Syria Says It Will Surrender Chemical Weapons To International Control | International Public Relations | Scoop.it
(Photo credit: Wikipedia) The Syrian government has announced that it will accept Russia’s proposal whereby the al-Assad government will place its chemical weapons under the control of the international community. According to Interfax, Syrian minister Walid al-Moualem, said today— “We held a very fruitful round of talks with Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov [...]
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Joe Biden Calls For Vision And Maturity In U.S.-China Relations

Joe Biden Calls For Vision And Maturity In U.S.-China Relations | International Public Relations | Scoop.it
U.S. Vice President Joe Biden discusses his views on U.S.-China relations and urges China to take on new international responsibilities.
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Russians Blame The US For The Violence In Eastern Ukraine

Russians Blame The US For The Violence In Eastern Ukraine | International Public Relations | Scoop.it
The Levada Center, Russia's most respected independent polling organization, recently released the results of its latest survey on popular attitudes towards the crisis in Ukraine. It probably shouldn't surprise anyone, but Russians continue to view the issue in starkly different terms. When asked whether Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko was carrying out the [...]
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Puerto Rico's Public Relations Headache

Puerto Rico's Public Relations Headache | International Public Relations | Scoop.it
By Simone Baribeau Puerto Rico, on the brink of massive municipal bond defaults, has committed the trifecta of public relations sins: misdirection, finger-pointing, and political infighting. And a flailing communications strategy is no small problem for the struggling commonwealth, where a cohesive message is absolutely critical to gaining investor confidence. Puerto Rico’s ability [...]
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