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|Title: ||Former ambassadors: United States must repair damage to international reputation|
|Authors: ||Carlson, Brian E.|
Sasser, James R.
Seigenthaler, John, 1927-
|Keywords: ||Soft power|
|Issue Date: ||17-Nov-2005|
|Publisher: ||Vanderbilt News Service|
|Citation: ||Vanderbilt University podcast episode.|
|Series/Report no.: ||Podcast|
|Description: ||Includes descriptive metadata provided by producer in MP3 file: "The reputation and prestige of the United States is 'at a very low ebb' in much of the world and a vigorous campaign of public diplomacy is needed to reestablish moral leadership, agreed two former U.S. ambassadors who spoke at a Vanderbilt forum." Ambassador Brian E. Carlson and ambassador and former Tennessee senator James Sasser, both Vanderbilt graduates, discuss "American Diplomacy: Current and Future Importance" on Nov. 15, 2005. John Seigenthaler serves as moderator. The forum was part of International Education Week at Vanderbilt.|
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