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The impact of celebrity diplomacy on global youth audiences deserves more academic attention, writes researcher Martin Kwan.
CPD Faculty Fellow Philip Seib writes about Kremlin's information warfare.
CPD Faculty Fellow Nicholas J. Cull considers the treatment of religion at various pavilions throughout Expo 2020 Dubai.
CPD Research Fellow Ian Thomas of the British Council describes a cultural relations approach to heritage protection.
Mark Kristmanson in dialogue with CPD Senior Research Specialist Sohaela Amiri on the value of sister city relationships during crisis.
Mexico’s showing at Expo 2020 Dubai demonstrated various strengths in cultural diplomacy, partnerships and more, writes Yadira Ixchel Martínez Pantoja.
CPD Faculty Fellow Mieczysław Boduszyński and co-author Agnieszka Lazorczyk highlight the power of Poland's citizen diplomacy.
Neal Rosendorf urges the entertainment industry to leverage its public diplomacy prowess for the greater good.
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