DEC 31, 2013|
CULTURAL DIPLOMACY IN LATIN AMERICA
Yale professor Paulo Moreira has published a new book on cultural diplomacy in Latin America. Entitled Literary and Cultural Relations between Brazil and Mexico: Deep Undercurrents, this study examines people-to-people diplomacy.
DEC 24, 2013|
TRANSITION IN AFGHANISTAN: A WAR OF PERCEPTIONS
In this article, Shanthie Mariet D’Souza discusses the “widening perception gap” that exists between Afghans and the international community concerning the Afghan security situation.
DEC 16, 2013|
TRUTH IS THE BEST PROPAGANDA: EDWARD R. MURROW’S SPEECHES IN THE KENNEDY YEARS
Nancy Snow has published a new book entitled Truth is the Best Propaganda: Edward R. Murrow’s Speeches in the Kennedy Years. Murrow brought the ethic of a journalist to USIA.
DEC 9, 2013|
TWIPLOMACY 2013: A LOOK AT INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS AND TWITTER
Global communications agency Burson-Marsteller has released a study that documents how international and non-governmental organizations use Twitter. The study revealed that all major organizations have at least one Twitter account, but how they are used differs significantly.
DEC 4, 2013|
ENGAGING THE MUSLIM WORLD
The Center for Strategic & International Studies and former CSIS State Department fellow Walter Douglas have released a report entitled “Engaging the Muslim World: Public Diplomacy after 9/11 in the Arab Middle East, Afghanistan, and Pakistan.”
NOV 29, 2013|
MPD DIRECTOR NICHOLAS CULL SPEAKS AT PUBLIC DIPLOMACY COUNCIL’S FALL FORUM
On November 12th, the Public Diplomacy Council hosted its Fall Forum, where public diplomacy experts marked the 60th anniversary of the United States Information Agency’s founding by discussing the development of American public diplomacy.
NOV 25, 2013|
NEW ON THE CPD BLOG: WORLD EXPO 2020
The newest Photo Essay is now featured on the CPD Blog showcasing the four cities that are currently in the running to host the 2020 World Expo: Dubai, UAE; Ekaterinburg, Russia; Izmir, Turkey; and Sao Paulo, Brazil.
NOV 20, 2013|
INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION PUBLISHES 2013 “OPEN DOORS REPORT”
In honor of International Education Week, the Institute of International Education has released its annual Open Doors Report, which includes detailed analysis of international student exchanges to and from the United States. Notably, the University of Southern California continues to host the most international students of any American institution.
NOV 4, 2013|
AMERICAN ENERGY DIPLOMACY IN THE 21ST CENTURY
The Bureau of Energy Resources in the U.S. Department of State has released a statement detailing American energy diplomacy strategy for the 21st Century. The policy emphasizes that corporate and citizen diplomacy, in addition to more traditional diplomatic methods, must be integrated to address the crosscutting issues of sustainability and energy security.
OCT 29, 2013|
THE UNITED STATES AND THE CHALLENGE OF PUBLIC DIPLOMACY
James Thomas Snyder explores contemporary U.S. public diplomacy in his new book, The United States and the Challenge of Public Diplomacy. In this study, the author draws on his personal experience serving in the Public Diplomacy Division of NATO to investigate public diplomacy challenges the U.S. is currently facing.
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