If former Vice President Joe Biden is elected U.S. president in November, he will face the massive task of managing and rebuilding American public diplomacy on the heels of President Donald Trump’s many missteps. The Trump...KEEP READING
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People, Places, Power - Episode 1: Biden's America
Note from the CPD Blog Manager: This post features the podcast People, Places, Power co-hosted by CPD Faculty Fellow Nicholas J. Cull and Good Country Index founder Simon Anholt. The podcast is produced by USC Master of Public Diplomacy student Anna Podkowski and features Cull and Anholt in weekly discussion on international reputation, foreign policy and related issues along the way. Future episodes will cover the EU, cities, mega-events, the role of monarchy and more.
Episode 1: Biden's America
This episode considers the challenge facing U.S. President Joe Biden as he looks to rebuild the damaged international reputation of the United States following social upheaval and the controversies of the Trump years. Issues include discussion of exactly how damaged U.S. standing really is and the element of choice in public admiration of a country.
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