South Asia

July 16, 2018

An analysis of common misconceptions about digital technologies as tools for diplomacy.

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

Following the 2018 ISA annual conference, Ilan Manor offers his take on the positive side of digital tools.

Photo by InfiniteThought via Pixabay
March 8, 2018

Sohaela Amiri discusses cities' expanding roles at the global negotiating table, from climate change, to winning hearts and minds and beyond. 

Writing from Islamabad, Rob Ashgar comments on how the new U.S. policy towards Pakistan could drive it to closer ties with China.

Applications are now being accepted for CPD's annual training program, Summer Institute in Public Diplomacy, which is geared for the world's public diplomats. 

A look at how well countries in Africa and Asia, as well as cities, have attracted international students and workers.

The age of digital diplomacy 3.0 emphasizes a personalized approach to technology, which has been implemented by India's Ministry of External Affairs via a smartphone app.

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