NATO Public Diplomacy Division
Headed by Jean Fournet, NATO's Public Diplomacy Division is "responsible for informing the wider public about NATO's activities and policies through contacts with the media, the NATO Web site and print publications, seminars and conferences, as well as NATO's Science Programme." The division is advised by the NATO Public Diplomacy Committee.
The Public Diplomacy Division includes the Academic Affairs Unit, the Archives/Library, the Media Library, TV and Radio Studios, NATO Integrated Data Service (NIDS), the NATO Information and Documentation Centre in Kyiv, the NATO Information Office in Moscow, Allied Contact Points in Partner Countries, the Committee on the Challenges of Modern Society(CCMS), and Security Through Science which offers support for international collaboration between scientists of the countries of the Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council or the Mediterranean Dialogue.
- Stefanie Babst, Deputy Assistant Secretary General, 2007
- Jeff Victoroff, 2005
- Jean-Francois Bureau, Assistant Secretary General, 2007-
- Jean Fournet, Assistant Secretary General, 2003-7
- Mark Laity, NATO Deputy Spokesman, Public Diplomacy Division, 2003
- Jamie Shea, Deputy Assistant Secretary General for External Relations, Public Diplomacy Division, 2003
- Video interview (April 7, 2005) with Jean Fournet, Assistant Secretary General for Public Diplomacy. (requires Windows Media Player)
- Jean Fournet (April 14, 2005) Opening remarks at NATO Annual Conference, Brussels, Belgium (French text, paste link at BabelFish for translation.
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