- From soft to sharp: Dealing with disinformation and influence campaigns Apr 9, 2020
- Countering Disinformation: The Public Diplomacy Problem of Our Time Aug 13, 2018
- Sweden’s Public Diplomacy Must Adapt to Its New Global Role Apr 24, 2017
- Boris Diplomacy, or What Does Brexit Mean for British PD? Aug 4, 2016
- The PD Opportunity of a Generation Sep 9, 2015
James Pamment (PhD Stockholm University, 2011) is Associate Professor in Strategic Communication at Lund University, Sweden, and a CPD Faculty Fellow. His research addresses issues related to strategic communication, diplomacy and international development. His most recent book is British Public Diplomacy & Soft Power: Diplomatic Influence & Digital Disruption (Palgrave, 2016), and covers the evolution of British diplomacy between 1995 and 2015. He is also author of New Public Diplomacy in the 21st Century (2013), which was recently republished in Chinese. Recent edited volumes include a special issue of the Journal of Place Branding & Public Diplomacy on the Nordic Region and the CPD Perspectives publication "Public Diplomacy & Development Communication: An Emerging Field of Study." In addition, he has published 30 articles and chapters in major international academic journals and academic books. He has presented his research and participated in training events at a variety of national and multilateral organizations and think tanks.
CPD Project Link: Intersections Between PD and International Development
"Intersections Between Public Diplomacy and International Development: Case Studies in Converging Fields," CPD Perspectives, Paper 2, 2016 (February)
In The News:
Public Diplomacy in the 2020s, May 2019.
Expanding the CPD Faculty Fellows Program, May 2017.
What's "In the Works" for James Pamment? October 23, 2014.