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Twenty-First-Century Diplomacy: Strengthening US Diplomacy for the Challenges of Today and Tomorrow

Twenty-First-Century Diplomacy: Strengthening US Diplomacy for the Challenges of Today and Tomorrow

In 2022, the Snowcroft Center for Strategy and Security launched a project on twenty-first-century diplomacy to address how American diplomacy should adapt to meet twenty-first-century challenges.

Derived from that work, this Dataminr-supported white paper characterizes the changing nature of diplomacy and aims to help U.S. and allied diplomats practice statecraft more strategically and effectively.

It also explores the importance of technology, and how engaging with partners, institutions, countries and individuals plays a key role in strengthening U.S. diplomacy. 

Twenty-First-Century Diplomacy: Strengthening US Diplomacy for the Challenges of Today and Tomorrow
This issue brief was first published by the Atlantic Council as part of a Dataminr-sponsored body of work on twenty-first-century diplomacy – available here

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