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Stöger Rodriguez

15 April 2013

It’s important for a diplomat to keep up to date and in touch with the academic world, but we normally don’t have time to attend classes because of our families or/and demanding jobs. I found in DiploFoundation more than a pragmatic solution; I discovered a community of people with the same interests and commitment with international affairs. The interaction within the group is enriching and it stimulates the respect of each other. Public Diplomacy used to be for me a vague concept and the course changed my point of view. Indeed I’ve adopted some ideas in my daily work. I highly recommend this course and I’m especially thankful to the tutors.

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