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When Theater Meets Foreign Policy: Cultural Diplomacy

How far can theater, art and music go to improve relations between countries? An oft-debated concept in foreign policy, cultural diplomacy is thriving at Georgetown University, where an Iraqi theater professor is exploring this question on stage in a play about Iraqi women. We get a peek behind the curtain at his Arabic adaptation of the play, premiering in Washington this week, before he heads back to Baghdad.

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