strategic communication

February 21, 2018

CPD Faculty Fellow Nicholas Cull examines the diverging realities of Dresden and Leipzig and the possible cause for their split.

Shaun Riordan discusses why adding an extra €1 million per year to the East Stratcom Unit won't be much help.

CPD Faculty Fellow Vivian Walker was recently interviewed by the Georgian Foundation for Strategic and International Studies (GFSIS).

The first edition of the Public Diplomacy and Government Communication Forum will open tomorrow at the Dubai World Trade Centre. The one-day Forum is a new event organised by the Government of Dubai Media Office that aims to support government organisations in optimising their communication strategies through a discussion of global best practices and success stories from both the region and the world.

A public diplomacy strategy for the United Nations' SDGs, research on collaborative public diplomacy, and more.

Over 200 years ago, President George Washington warned Americans about foreign powers undermining American democracy by tampering “with domestic factions, to practice the arts of seduction, to mislead public opinion, to influence or awe the public councils.” In the present, we are finding that old threats are new again as the United States is challenged by Russia’s strategic communication efforts targeting both our domestic politics and international interests.

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