Strategies that attract short-term attention to international issues can undermine long-term goals. Framing can help resolve the conflict.
We need to understand the attitudes, beliefs, and assumptions that underlie public indifference to international affairs. By understanding widespread challenges, advocates can deliver powerful communications.
When we find ways to explain how things work, we make it easier for people to think about policies, not personalities. When we remind people of their desire to have a positive impact on the future, we counter the tendency to focus exclusively on the present.
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