A new article evaluates Facebook as a public diplomacy tool of exchange—used by the U.S. government and the Kurdistan Regional Government.
The latest article by East Asian Studies professor Hieyoon Kim offers an analysis of South Korea's film archive during the 1970s and 1980s.
An analysis of the effects of international advocacy on Malawi's public opinion.
A report from the Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy provides an assessment of the world's top public diplomacy programs.
What does "being secure" mean? Yasushi Watanabe surveys a range of case studies and analyses on the emerging concept of cultural security.
The new edition of Bruce Gregory's list features works by CPD Faculty Fellow Jan Melissen and CPD Blog Contributor Ries Kamphof, in addition to topics like U.S.-Japanese relations and American exceptionalism.
Anup Kumar and Holli A. Semetko examine how "ordinary people" can use methods of communication that transcend borders to make progress in the India-Pakistan conflict.
A RAND study focused on the scope of these campaigns and possibilities for countering, such as through media literacy training and the creation of counter-narratives.