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L'immagine dell'Uganda; la lotta Usa al terrorismo; il nucleare: alcune pillole da SpinWatch
Anche questa settimana evidenziamo alcune segnalazioni di SpinWatch.Propaganda: US nets the sixth al-Qaeda No3Posted on Monday, May 23India Times WASHINGTON: The United States has netted another al-Qaeda No.3, the sixth No.3 to be downed dead or alive in its war on terrorism.
Lobbying: The nuclear charm offensivePosted on Sunday, May 22New StatesmanMonday 23rd May 2005We are all being taken in by a carefully planned public relations strategy. Its mission: to push nuclear power back on the political agenda, rebranded as the new "green" alternative.From being a piece of history, the nuclear industry - a fading dinosaur that has wasted billions and left a toxic legacy that will cost billions more - is pushing itself back into the headlines, rebranded as the only source of the cheap, secure and clean energy demanded by modern Britain. The real "green" alternative . . .
Public diplomacy: Envoys to Get Weekly Briefing On Promoting Uganda ImagePosted on Sunday, May 22AllAfrica.com May 20, 2005The Monitor, KampalaC. Mwanguhya Mpagi & Hussein Bogere, KampalaThe government is leaving no stone unturned as it battles an increasingly unfavourable international image over its handling of the political transition.The Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr Sam Kutesa, revealed yesterday that work plans had been drawn and embassies equipped to effectively conduct the business of defending and marketing the country.