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CSPAN
Jan 19, 2017 11:49am EST
china and russia don't have is a pathway to individual opportunity that is recognizable to people everywhere. and what public diplomacy programs can do if they're good is again, give people that sense that not only do they want to have connection to the united states, they want to make contact with our embassy or make contact with americans or they want to reach an american university or they want to learn from an american models of business. all contacts will benefit us because it just expands a pool of people that we know are working around the world but also frankly that they want to be reformers on behalf of certain ways of doing business and accomplishing things in their own countries. we have seen our entrepreneurship programs in ways where they start legal frame works where you can start a business and where corruption is exposed through transparency mechanisms and the use of social media and mobile technologies, so i guess the point i would make is that if we are around the world making it the business of the u.s. government to engage people in the things they care about,
CSPAN
Jan 18, 2017 8:48am EST
about terrorism and nuclear weapons in the south china sea and global security issues. that's not what's on the minds of people. they want to work with the united states cannot leadership in science and technology. we weren't talking to her audience about what the audience wanted to hear about. this does relate to cbe. so much of the focus is on countering other narratives. but if we fall in a trap of doing not. we are not telling people what we stand for. sometimes the most powerful message is one that frankly doesn't even have to directly take on terrorist narrative although we have to do that as well. it's one that less one that lists up to things other people care about in other countries. our entrepreneurship work really struck a chord. in every region of the world because whether you're in kenya are malaysia or indonesia, you look at the united states nec silicon valley. you see people who are your age who are publishing anonymous things and creating the tools and you want to be like that. were able to take american entrepreneurs around the world through a process of the sum
CSPAN
Jan 17, 2017 9:00pm EST
essential what we have that china skm and russia don't have is a pathway to individual opportunity that is recognizable to people everywhere. and what public diplomacy program is going to do is give people that sense that not only do they want to have connection to the united states they want to make contact with our em ba say and contact with americans or they want to reach an americans university or learn from economic, all expand to people we know and work around the world but they also want to be reformers on behalf of ways of doing business and accomplishing things in their own countries. we have seen our entre pru knewal program wherein you can start a business where in corruption is exposed through the use of social media or mobile technology. so the point i would make is if we are around the world making it the business of the u.s. to engage people on the things they care about, to be creative as our embassy and post, that is going to benefit our economic interests because it's going to make the countries more dynamic in their own growth and build rielationships and ca contacts
CSPAN
Jan 17, 2017 4:12pm EST
day is talking to people around the world about terrorism and nuclear weapons and the south china sea and global security issues given our role as a super power. that's not what's on the mind of people. we did public opinion analysis. they want to work with the united states on issues related to education and entrepreneurship and science and technology. so we weren't talking to our audience about the audience wanted to hear about. so we tried to design programs that are more affirmative. i think this does relate to cve. so much of the focus is on countering other narratives, but if we fall under the trap of only doing that, we aren't putting forward any alternative narrative. we're not telling people what we stand for. and sometimes the most powerful message is one that, frankly, doesn't even have to directly take on a terrorist narrative, although we have to do that as well. it is one that lifts up the things that other people care about in other countries. our entrepreneurship work really struck a chord. we were pushing against an open door in every region of the world, because whet
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