U.S. Diplomacy &Co. teaches diplomacy &Co.: China &Co., China &c. teach us what diplomacy is
A new video from the U. S. Department of State’s International Education and Cultural Exchange (IECE) program titled U.s.
Diplomatic &Co, China &co.
teach me what diplomacy means is being posted online.
The video is meant to teach people in the United States that diplomacy is not just about making friends but about building bridges and connecting people.
It is the first video that the State Department has posted online about the program.
The message is simple, diplomats must “learn from” each other, and if you don’t, you will fail.
In this video, the State department says that students can learn how to “make friends and be friends” through “teaching” diplomacy.
In the video, a teacher asks students: “How can we learn from each other?”
The teacher asks, “How are we doing?”
The students reply, “We learn by doing.”
The State Department says that the video is part of a larger teaching and learning project called “How to Teach Diplomacy.”
The video, which is also available on the State’s website, is being released on April 1 to coincide with the annual United Nations General Assembly.
In a news release, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) called the video a “fascinating and informative introduction to the history of diplomacy.”
The mission of the UNESCO website is to educate the world through its teaching and research programs and to promote and protect the universal values of freedom, democracy, the rule of law and respect for human rights.
The United States is a member of UNESCO and the organization has supported UNESCO activities and its work through its International Heritage Award.
In March, the U,S.
Ambassador to UNESCO, John Bass, said in a press release that the U.,S.
had worked to build a better relationship with China.
“Our engagement with China, both as a result of our bilateral meetings, as well as through the implementation of our multilateral strategic partnership, has been a key part of this effort,” he said.
The State department has said that it will share with the U’s diplomats and other international partners the lessons they learn from the program that the United Kingdom has created.
“The United States, like all of the other countries, is committed to teaching diplomacy as it is taught in the Uchts International Relations, International Law, and Diplomatic Studies curriculum,” the department said in the release.