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Should the practice of PD change to contend with the emergence of contemporary uncertainty? Ilan Manor and Paweł Surowiec explore.

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How Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) embody the values and networks critical to U.S. development, national security and global standing.

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What might dismantling the U.S.-Mexico border wall symbolize for America? Neal Rosendorf looks to the future with lessons from the past.

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University of Oxford PhD candidate Warren Stanislaus shares a case study of a recent Black History Month project.

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February 11, 2021

An interview about the public diplomacy implications of news media decisions within the Arab context.

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CPD Research Fellow Martin Edwards investigates how Twitter audiences respond to the IMF.

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What does it look like to open the door of financial inclusion to U.S. migrants and immigrants? Mexican diplomat Rodrigo Márquez Lartigue describes a new ID card system.

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CPD Director Jay Wang identifies key knowledge and skill areas that today's PD organizations can grow through professional development.

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