Academic Exchanges and Public Diplomacy
Headlines in this week's PD News roundup looked at the use of academic exchanges in public diplomacy. Gorongosa State Park in Mozambique offers opportunities for wildlife research and training with students from Idaho, while Iran and South Korea have signed agreements to work together in promoting education and culture, starting with the translation of literary works into Persian and Korean. Other headlines looked at U.S. involvement in training journalists in Pakistan, and a Sino-Greek commitment to educational, cultural, and economic cooperation.
- Partnership with Africa wildlife park provides new avenues for research - Idaho Statesman
- Iran, South Korea to focus on establishing mutual culture centers - Tehran Times
- US invests millions to train journalists in Pakistan - Houston Public Media
- Sino-Greek relations advancing with "two wheels" - Xinhua News
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