Public diplomacy remains an effective advocacy tool

The best agents of influence are those who shape the hearts and minds of tomorrow’s leaders.

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Canada Day 2014 at Canada's embassy in Washington.
Eduardo del Buey
Published: Wednesday, 04/15/2015 12:00 am EDT

Carleton University Professor Evan Potter has described public diplomacy as “the effort by the government of one country to influence public or elite opinion of another nation for the purpose of turning the policy of the other nation to its advantage." 

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