In his new book, USC Annenberg's Mike Annany explores how to ensure press freedom, counter disinformation and ensure the public's right to hear.
As part of its commitment to building the academic field of public diplomacy, CPD will award $2,500 to an emerging scholar engaged in cutting-edge research on public diplomacy.
Former U.S. diplomat Donna Oglesby parallels the anti-art ethos of the Dadaist movement to the anti-diplomacy approach of the Trump presidency.
Anup Kumar and Holli A. Semetko examine how "ordinary people" can use methods of communication that transcend borders to make progress in the India-Pakistan conflict.
Mark Dillen examines President Trump's confusing communications regarding Russia and Ukraine.
Constraints notwithstanding, a group of 10 Palestinian officials attended a weeklong workshop on “Communication Skills & Media Relations for Diplomacy” this week in Turin, Italy to craft skills for engaging with all manner of media.
Canada is combating terrorism by improving “social cohesion” in Lebanon, which is inundated with Syrian refugees. Can it possibly work? [...] It is a subtle weapon; social cohesion improvements lack the immediate impact of a bomb. But can good intentions, friendly smiles and linking words be an effective response to terrorism?