u.s. advisory commission on public diplomacy
Ilan Manor responds to a recent article which examined the U.S. Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy's report on data-driven public diplomacy.
Authors Hamilton Bean and Edward Comor try to identify what motivates the search for methods to evaluate public diplomacy.
Providing unique internships for the next generation of public diplomacy professionals
A new report from the U.S. Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy examines how digital technology has changed the face of PD.
[A] State Department appointee approached me regarding my potential interest in a Democratic vacancy on the U.S. Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy, a small bipartisan board that, since 1948, has been charged with advising the administration and Congress on the effectiveness of U.S. public-diplomacy activities. As with other government commissions, its positions are uncompensated and part-time; they offer opportunities for qualified citizens to apply their talents for public benefit. I expected things to unfold relatively smoothly.