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SAIS faculty David Ellwood illuminates lessons from the novel The Man Without Qualities by Robert Musil.
An interview with Brigadier General Nuno Lemos Pires, National Defense Policy Deputy Director at the Ministry of Defense of Portugal.
Where does the hyperlocal fit in with the global? Derek Moscato explores through the lens of a cross-border U.S.-Canada relationship.
U.S. Ambassador Michael Pelletier reflects on how strong PD supports dialogues that are more honest, open and, at times, uncomfortable.
Anholt and Cull continue their discussion of the 2020 Good Country Index in the third and final part of the series.
Eriks Varpahovskis highlights the role of diaspora diplomacy in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.
Sherry Mueller and Hayley Pottle discuss the history and relevance of citizen diplomacy in an American context.
CPD Director Jay Wang reviews how public diplomacy has changed throughout the course of 2020.
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