Race to the White House: PD, Politics & Election 2016

CPD has curated a special collection of blogs, essays and videos exploring the global impact and interest in the U.S. Presidential election. Topics covered in this roundup include the changing nature of political speech, how Russia and Mexico perceive the United States, the public diplomacy implications of the Democratic and Republican National Conventions, and whether or not America could finally elect a woman as president. To cast your vote for your favorite read—or suggest new topics that we might explore—tweet or leave us a comment below.  

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The image above is a composite photograph from Alex Prolmos (background) and Donkey Hotey (planes) | CC BY-NC 2.0 and CC BY-SA 2.0, respectively

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