Your Favorites: 2017 Edition
The year 2017 was a busy one for CPD, as we hosted a number of events, published more than 120 blog posts, and did our best to bring you an assortment of interesting public diplomacy content.
Check out the most popular stories below:
In Part I of a two-part series, Dan Robinson looked at recent events involving the Broadcasting Board of Governors' oversight of Voice of America.
Q&A WITH CPD
On the evolving concept of "soft power" and key challenges facing U.S. public diplomacy.
Shaun Riordan on how creating more subsets of diplomacy can lead to confusion about what diplomacy actually is.
CPD co-sponsored an event with the USC Office of Religious Life to examine what makes Los Angeles global from a range of perspectives.
R.S. Zaharna explores what public diplomacy can learn from Trump's playbook.
CPD and the Oxford Digital Diplomacy Research Group (DigDiploROx) co-hosted the first Doctoral Conference on Public and Digital Diplomacy.
Building upon CPD's successful training programs, we launched the series “Transforming Data into Insights for Public Diplomacy Strategy.”
CPD's home institution received highest honors for the third consecutive year.
The latest index and report was a joint effort from Portland Communications and CPD. Is your country on the list?
CPD was pleased to host Dr. Ma Ying-jeou for a conversation on cross-strait relations and the vital role of commerce, exchanges and tourism in forging new relationships between mainland China and Taiwan.
Photos (from top to bottom): Photo by Pixabay I CC0, Photo by Tim Mossholder I CC0, Image courtesy of Joseph S. Nye, Jr.; Photo via Alpha Stock Images I CC BY-SA 3.0; Photo by paulrommer I iStock; Photo by Gage Skidmore I CC BY-SA 2.0; Photo by Arkela I iStock; Photo by monsitj I iStock; Photo by paseidon I CC0; Photo by Pixabay I CC0; Image courtesy of Ma Ying-jeou