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What the State Department Talks About When It Talks About 21st Century Statecraft

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, March 17 2011

"21st Century Statecraft" has served as a catchall for everything that the State Department has been involved in of late that at some point involves computers or a mobile phone, and it's arguably been less a theory of change than a bulleted list of projects. Now, we have a primer from State that starts laying out a sense of what connects it all. Give it a read.

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