U.S. in the World - Talking Global Issues with Americans: A Practical Guide
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The U.S. in the World network has assembled a video library of communicators demonstrating various ways of applying the guide’s recommendations. The library, housed at The Aspen Institute’s Global Interdependence Initiative, is part of a core curriculum for communications trainings that can sharpen skills on talking about foreign policy and global issues and help participants make best use of the approach to communications outlined in the US in the World guide. Flexible in design, the training materials are meant to be adapted for a variety of settings and participants’ needs.


Below is a sample of some of the library’s contents. Click here to receive more information about training and peer-to-peer dialogue.



Positive Vision “What's your Positive Vision for America in the World?”
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Farsighted Engagement “Farsighted Engagement: Thinking Long-term, Investing in our Future”
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Pragmatic Engagement “Pragmatic Engagement: Realistic, Results-oriented”
Windows Media |  Real |  Quicktime
Principled Engagement “Principled Engagement: Consistent with American Values”
Windows Media |  Real |  Quicktime
Comprehensive Engagement “Comprehensive Engagement: Connecting the Dots, Using All Tools”
Windows Media |  Real |  Quicktime
Collaborative Engagement "Collaborative Engagement: Being a good Team Player"
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Can Do Engagement Can Do Engagement: Building on Past Success"
Windows Media |  Real |  Quicktime
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