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This Week in PD
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe aims to support the nation brand and win friends abroad by implementing a new PR campaign and soft power initiatives abroad.
This week's stories highlighted cultural diplomacy programs used to help advance relations between India and another emerging economy, China.
PD News headlines this week about Unicef, and foreign aid from the UK, Canada and the UN seem to suggest so.
Pope Francis announces that he'll be making his first trip to Africa stopping in Uganda and the Central African Republic, while other African countries addressed issues of development, human rights, good governance, and economic growth.
This week in Public Diplomacy, the use of new media and technologies dominated the global dialogue.
This week in public diplomacy, we saw Turkey focus its efforts on cultural diplomacy.
The debate over the strengths and weaknesses of Israel's public diplomacy efforts have been a point of interest for the Jewish state and its supporters around the world.
China confirmed its decision to prioritize relationships with neighbors and developing countries over those with the United States and other developed nations.