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February 21, 2018

CPD Faculty Fellow Nicholas Cull examines the diverging realities of Dresden and Leipzig and the possible cause for their split.

CPD Intern Kendal Gee dispatches from London, where American exchange students seek cultural bridges.

February 16, 2018
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Career Member of the Senior Foreign Service Conrad Turner looks at volunteering, active learning and the calling of a public diplomat.

Corneliu Bjola and Ilan Manor of the Oxford Digital Diplomacy Research Group on The Hague Digital Diplomacy Camp that occurred earlier this month.

According to Jan Melissen, meta-literacy is one of the best ways to fight back against disinformation.

Businesses are beginning to play a bigger role in achieving the UN's Sustainable Development Goals, says Anoush Rima Tatevossian.

In a two-part series, Jan Melissen advocates understanding the trend of fake news before attempting to combat it.

Moon Jae-In's election in South Korea and the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics made people-to-people exchanges between the divided Koreas possible again.

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