EDITORIAL: The US must first win over its own citizenry if it hopes to find diplomatic success globally

The fact that the nascent Task Force to Mobilize American Business for Public Diplomacy is not exclusively an advertising undertaking, but one that also includes PR, is encouraging news. But let's hope that the "working title" (reported by The New York Times' Stuart Elliott) for a planned global satellite town meeting at the NYSE changes. Somehow, "The Day American Listens" sounds a painfully ironic note.

by Julia Hood

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