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A women sits with her family in a tent at the Khazer refugee camp in east Mosul, Iraq. One of her son’s suffers from nightmares and cries at the sound of airplanes, symptoms of trauma brought on by years of war.

Collective Trauma and Challenges to Diplomacy

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There are currently more than 300 million people around the world suffering from depression, anxiety, and a variety of other mental illnesses. Though treatment is available, close to two-thirds of people… more

This Week at State: April 6, 2018

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Did you miss key foreign policy developments this week? We’ve got you covered. Each week, DipNote recaps the latest U.S. Department of State highlights spanning a wide range of global issues, events, and… more
A Palestinian Greek orthodox Christian woman lights a candle as she attends the Christmas Eve Mass at St. Porphyrios Church in Gaza City.

The Voices of Religious Freedom

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In celebration of International Religious Freedom Day on January 16 th , the Office of International Religious Freedom (IRF) in the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor at the U.S. Department of State… more

This Week at State: March 30, 2018

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Did you miss key foreign policy developments this week? We’ve got you covered. Each week, DipNote recaps the latest U.S. Department of State highlights spanning a wide range of global issues, events, and… more
A group colleagues discuss diversity in the advertising industry.

Diversity In Business

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Want to learn how to be a successful entrepreneur? Are you curious about how to make your business model broader and more inclusive? In our video series “Diversity in Business” we talk to a range of successful… more

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