This new article by Natalia Grinchev assess the impact that museums can have on public diplomacy programming, social change and even organizational leadership.
From May 1 to October 31, 2010 China hosted Expo 2010 Shanghai. With more than 73 million visitors, 189 participating countries and a 1'300 acres site, Expo 2010 Shanghai became the largest Expo in the 159-year history of these events. In face of the massive dimension of Expo 2010 Shanghai, this book highlights how the diplomatic efforts of the participating governments turn into very personal experiences of discovery and learning for the public.
This article, by professors Esther Ntuli and Arnold Nyarambi, offers insight into developing content and diplomatic skills for elementary school children to better equip them for work in today's global environment.
Communication scholars Vanessa Bravo and María De Moya have published a new article that analyzes the relationship between the governments of El Salvador and Colombia and their diaspora communities.
This article analyzes the effects and impact of new media technologies on traditional public diplomacy practices through the lens of the U.S. Embassy in China's use of the micro-blogging platform Weibo.
Global communications scholar James Pamment has published a new article that unpacks the communication theories and practices behind the international advocacy Campaign to End Sexual Violence in Conflict.
Global communications scholars Kaarle Nordenstreng and Daya Kishan Thussu have published a new book Mapping BRICS Media, a comprehensive anthology that analyzes the impact of of BRICS media on the 21st century global media and communications landscape.
The March 2015 edition of Bruce Gregory's public diplomacy reading list is now available.