CPD Board member Marc Nathanson and his wife Jane are recognized for creating the Nathanson Public Diplomacy Scholarship and for their support of the Aspen Institute.
From asylum-seekers encountering family separation at the U.S. border to refugees seeking new homes in Europe, border diplomacy is crucial for finding common ground.
An article in the latest issue of USC's Trojan Family Magazine explores CPD's expertise in digital diplomacy.
Fadi Chehadé is selected by UN Secretary-General as one of 20 independent experts serving on the Panel.
The winning bid selected by the U.S. Department of State includes CPD as an academic partner.
The latest index and report is a joint effort from Portland Communications and CPD. Is your country on the list?
Participants from 9 countries and 19 organizations join us for CPD’s signature annual training program.
The annual conference supported by South Korea's Ministry of Foreign Affairs will be held June 26-28.