exchanges

A volume showcasing effective nontraditional approaches to public diplomacy around the world.

The research grant from Global Ties U.S. will fund a project to evaluate and monitor the Police Professionalization Exchange Program.

Human rights remain one of top global concerns in the era of globalization. But given the different views of different countries on human rights protection, how can we effectively promote human rights worldwide? The answer should be adherence to dialogue, exchanges, cooperation and coordination, because neither criticism nor confrontation is conducive to promoting global governance on any issue.

The use of sport as an instrument of foreign policy is nothing new for the U.S. government. [...] The Sports Diplomacy Division of the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs employs only five staffers and spends only .0001 percent of the Department budget. And yet, it has still managed to recruit some of the country's most celebrated athletes to the cause, and its programs have reached thousands of people in more than 100 countries over the past 15 years.

2I4A7393, by Rob Walsh

Nick Cull responds to a reader's questions on U.S.-Russia relations and global stability today compared to the Cold War.

A look at how various public diplomacy actors address and resolve crises. 

A look back at a decade of Canadian Visiting Research Scholars in Public Diplomacy. 

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