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Mark Dillen takes a hard look at the Trump Administration's troubling image abroad.

If a global leader is frisked at a U.S. airport, what does that mean for diplomatic relations?

Exchanges leave an indelible mark on participants, but what about the local cities that host them?

The second of a two-part series by Madison Jones on the soft power of ISIL.

Building stronger cultural ties with Taiwan through American literature.

The first of a two-part series by Madison Jones on the soft power of ISIL.

CPD Research Fellow Lindsay J. Benstead and her colleagues assess the impact of Western donor's advocacy on women's rights in Malawi.

A look into Cuba's early public diplomacy efforts that shaped the country's global image.

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