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This Is the Biggest Problem Facing Israeli Public Diplomacy

With Israel’s continued control over Gaza and with not even a trace of effort to reach a diplomatic solution, one cannot make a persuasive case to a liberal audience

Noa Landau
Noa Landau
Noa Landau
Noa Landau

With the cessation of the who-knows-what-number round of fighting with Gaza, retired public diplomacy experts are once again emerging to analyze Israel’s performance in the “consciousness” realm. Like the fighting in Gaza, it is an almost seasonal ceremony, in which a host of “formers” and pseudo-governmental organizations call to establish national information centers (to provide them with jobs) and other original suggestions.

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