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They should appreciate the fact that shutting out those you disagree with is not sustainable.
Two USC Annenberg students are selected for special internships at the Mayor's Office in Los Angeles and the U.S. Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy in D.C.
From hosting Tony Award®-winning playwright David Henry Hwang and the first-ever Los Angeles Summit on City Diplomacy to producing virtual reality stories and podcasts, this semester has been a particularly innovative time for CPD.
Applications from USC students are now being accepted for summer internships at the Mayor's Office of International Affairs in LA and the DC-based U.S. Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy.
An overview of CPD's activities this semester. From hosting the former president of Taiwan to releasing a position paper on public diplomacy, we've been busy!
From drafting policy recommendations to developing new internship opportunities, we've been keeping busy!
Find out what CPD has been up to this semester in our fall 2016 issue of Inside CPD.
A frank discussion with Martin Roth, outgoing director of London's V&A Museum, about the future of cultural diplomacy.
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