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CPD Publications Assistant Jose Castillo discusses how public diplomacy can aid movements and address issues that transcend borders.
A look into Cuba's early public diplomacy efforts that shaped the country's global image.
The latest episode of music diplomacy podcast Resonance, MPD Alumnus Jose Castillo sits down with CPD Faculty Fellow Nicholas J. Cull, founding director of the USC Master in Public Diplomacy program, to discuss jazz diplomacy and musical propaganda during times of conflict.
A look into the American Arts Incubator exchange program that took place earlier this year in Kathmandu, Nepal.
Listen to the latest episode of the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA)'s 22.33 podcast, where classically-trained Carla Canales shares her experience as an American Arts Envoy abroad.
On the first episode of Resonance: A Sound and Music Diplomacy Podcast, Jose Castillo sits down with music critic and Director of USC's Annenberg School of Communication, Josh Kun, to discuss music as a tool for social change, South-South music diplomacy and more.
Joseph S. Nye revisits soft power and public diplomacy in modern times.
Philip Parham, UK Ambassador to the UAE, highlights the importance of Cultural Diplomacy in the relationship between the U.K. and the United Arab Emirates.
The Reputational Reckoning for 2020: Part Two, Worrying News for the USA and Good News for New Zealand
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