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Wartime public diplomacy: A strategy to deliver the messages

This paper proposes a transitional strategy for wartime public diplomacy and strategic communication that the U.S. can implement quickly and without the need of bureaucratic reorganization. Traditional public diplomacy and the strategic communication concepts now under development are intended to build up the United States position abroad, solidify alliances, win over neutrals or keep them…

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Trump as Kaiser: The Need for a Doctrine

President Trump’s abrupt decision to relieve the 2,200 American soldiers from Syria is by-no-means life or death for global democracy, but the exaggerated reactions make it seem so. As for many of his behaviors, the style often destroys the substance. 

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Coronavirus

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Coronavirus Debt Crisis: A Catalyst for Geopolitical Change

The coronavirus pandemic is forcing Western states to increase their national debt by a considerable margin. At the same time, Russia is taking advantage of the opportunity to buy up American financial obligations. The geopolitical consequences will not be anodyne. If one state owns the majority of another’s debt, the latter is geopolitically weakened in…

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The Search for Happiness

All human beings are searching for happiness in this world of ours.  Historically this has always been true but, perhaps, even more so in our modern age when the possibility of acquiring material goods has been facilitated by modern technology and the process of continuous innovation; a process that is continuously making available new products…

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Janos Esterhazy

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A Saintly Underdog: Count János Esterházy

A shorter version of this article was originally published by Newsmax.  America usually sides with an underdog. When the underdog’s cause is righteous, our support tends to be unqualified. Sometimes we root for the collective underdog. That was the case, for example, with America’s fondness of Poland’s “Solidarity” and its fight for freedom against the…

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Trump Needs a Doctrine

Few presidents, if any, have been so vilified in the mass media and by the political opposition as Donald Trump. To be sure, much of this is self-inflicted, what with his incessant “tweets,” poor language, rude behavior, “business”-type personality and overall demeanor. While this may seem to some as superficial and personalist, to his opponents,…

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History: The “Dead” Science Comes Alive

Americans are supposed to be “ahistorical” by nature, meaning that the subject has not preoccupied them as opposed to the more dynamic topics that fit in better with the momentum and optimism of the so-called American “dream.” Henry Ford, one of the architects of this dream, once called history “bunk,” as it had little to…

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Democracy: The Threat from Relativism

Less than a month ago, my grandson Gordon studying at Eton College in England participated in a relay and decided to cross the treacherous English Channel with three other schoolmates of his.

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