Episode 1 of this podcast series hosted by CPD Student Fellow Madison Jones features an interview with Nicholas J. Cull.
An episode of the Global Journalist podcast takes a realistic look at the impact of the Olympics on the relationship between North Korea and South Korea.
The Embassy of Denmark in Spain offers a new series on the role of technology in diplomatic relations.
With the election in Germany bringing immigration to the fore, the NPR podcast Rough Translation visits an improv class where new arrivals learn the unwritten rules of German culture.
An exploration of the Catholic Church's faith diplomacy and its impact on international relations.
The cultural and music diplomacy of the band Kabul Dreams.
The first 100+ days of the Trump Administration have engendered some new approaches to international relations, making this season of populist politics in the United States a confusing new chapter for diplomacy around the world. For public diplomats, it can be difficult to know where we should currently focus our energy and skills, especially amidst looming budget cuts and disruptions in international travel. So where does a young public diplomat even begin? Where will our efforts be most effective as we build our careers?
Kelsey Suemnicht on what she has learned from contributors to her Women in Diplomacy podcast and how it can help future public diplomats.