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Neal Rosendorf urges the entertainment industry to leverage its public diplomacy prowess for the greater good.
What might dismantling the U.S.-Mexico border wall symbolize for America? Neal Rosendorf looks to the future with lessons from the past.
Neal Rosendorf on the turmoil in the Trump White House.
"Is American soft power destined to henceforth be a malign, destabilizing force in the world?" asks Neal Rosendorf.
CPD Blogger Neal Rosendorf shares his thoughts on 'Brand Palestine.'
CPD Blogger Neal Rosendorf on the recent abdication of King Juan Carlos I, Spanish soft power, democracy and more.
Lessons from one dictator to another.
In March 2011 I wrote a piece for the CPD Blog entitled "Israeli Public Diplomacy’s Longstanding Blind Spot: Arab Publics,” in which I posited that historical attitudes reaching back to the dawn of the Zionist movement provide a context, if not a continuous mode of thought, lying behind Israel’s inability and unwillingness to construct a public diplomacy program that directly... >
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