"Sometimes they quarrel." Good.

Posted: 22 Feb 2018

US "public affairs, public diplomacy, … international broadcasting networks, and information operations by the armed forces … are scattered and stove-piped, with different authorities, funding streams and lanes. … Sometimes they quarrel."

— Kim Andrew Elliott (@kaedotcom) February 21, 2018

The international broadcasting networks must be independent to produce the credible journalism that attracts audiences. So they should be in their own stovepipe. And their independent coverage of the USG and its agencies will spark the occasional quarrel.

— Kim Andrew Elliott (@kaedotcom) February 22, 2018

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