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CFR - public diplomacy

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Finding America’s Voice:
A Strategy for ReinvigoratingU.S.Public Diplomacy 
Report of an Independent Task Force Sponsored by the Council on Foreign Relations 
Peter G.Peterson,ChairKathy Bloomgarden,Henry Grunwald,David E.Morey,and Shibley Telhami, Working Committee Chairs Jennifer Sieg,Project DirectorSharon Herbstman,Project Coordinator
 
 The Council on Foreign Relations is dedicated to increasing America’s understanding of the world and contributing ideas to U.S.foreign policy.The Council accomplishes this main-ly by promoting constructive debates,clarifying world issues,producing reports,and pub-lishing
Foreign Affairs 
,the leading journal on global issues.The Council is host to the widestpossible range of views,but an advocate of none,though its research fellows and Independent Task Forces do take policy positions. THE COUNCIL TAKES NO INSTITUTIONAL POSITION ON POLICY ISSUESAND HAS NO AFFILIATION WITH THE U.S.GOVERNMENT.ALL STATE-MENTS OF FACT AND EXPRESSIONS OF OPINION CONTAINED IN ALL ITSPUBLICATIONS ARE THE SOLE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE AUTHOR OR AUTHORS. The Council will sponsor an Independent Task Force when (1) an issue of current and crit-ical importance to U.S.foreign policy arises,and (2) it seems that a group diverse in back-grounds and perspectives may,nonetheless,be able to reach a meaningful consensus on apolicy through private and nonpartisan deliberations.Typically,a Task Force meets betweentwo and five times over a brief period to ensure the relevance of its work.Upon reaching a conclusion,a Task Force issues a report,and the Council publishes its textand posts it on the Council website.Task Force reports can take three forms:(1) a strongand meaningful policy consensus,with Task Force members endorsing the general policy thrust and judgments reached by the group,though not necessarily every finding andrecommendation;(2) a report stating the various policy positions,each as sharply and fair-ly as possible;or (3) a “Chair’s Report,”where Task Force members who agree with the Chair’sreport may associate themselves with it,while those who disagree may submit dissentingstatements.Upon reaching a conclusion,a Task Force may also ask individuals who werenot members of the Task Force to associate themselves with the Task Force report to enhanceits impact.All Task Force reports “benchmarktheir findings against current administra-tion policy in order to make explicit areas of agreement and disagreement.The Task Forceis solely responsible for its report.The Council takes no institutional position.For further information about the Council or this Task Force,please write the Council onForeign Relations,58 East 68th Street,New York,NY 10021,or call the Director of Communications at 212-434-9400.Visit our website at www.cfr.org.Copyright © 2003 by the Council on Foreign Relations®,Inc.All rights reserved.Printed in the United States of America. This report may not be reproduced in whole or in part,in any form (beyond that copyingpermitted by Sections 107 and 108 of the U.S.Copyright Law and excerpts by reviewersfor the public press),without written permission from the publisher.For information,writethe Publications Office,Council on Foreign Relations,58 East 68th Street,New York,NY 10021.
 
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CONTENTS
ForewordExecutive Summary1 Task Force Report1Background1Findings28Recommendations30Conclusion48Additional and Dissenting Views49 Task Force Members58Appendixes65Appendix A:State Department OrganizationalReforms6Appendix B:Draft Mission Program Plan on PublicDiplomacy70Appendix C:U.S.International Broadcasting75Appendix D:Additional Data on World Opinion81

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