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In the latest Soft Power 30, CPD Faculty Fellow James Pamment writes tit-for-tat does not work with subversive and malicious information.
In the 2019 Soft Power 30 report, CPD Advisory Board Member Katherine Brown explains the importance of face-to-face exchanges to building trust.
"We cannot fully understand digital diplomacy without considering the power of emotion," writes Constance Duncombe in the latest Soft Power 30 report.
In the recently released 2019 Soft Power 30 report, CPD Director Jay Wang explores the concepts of "digital for public diplomacy" and "public diplomacy for the digital."
Responding to disinformation and sharp power tactics requires identification, analysis and categorization.
As an iconic British brand and soft power asset, the Premier League engages a more global audience through its Asia Trophy.
Australia has been both on the inside and the outside of the political environment in Asia. How will China influence the country's role in the region?
London's Commercial Courts may show the Soft Power of the English legal system, but will Brexit impact its network-building potential?
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