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Vươn tới vì sao ("reaching for the star") image of basketball game from SEA Games 31 (2021) by Huy Văn. (CC BY 2.0.)

In May 2022, Vietnam hosted the largest regional sports event since COVID-19 and opened the door to new PD opportunities.

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Season 2 of a podcast co-hosted by Nicholas J. Cull and Simon Anholt.

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A book review of Philip Seib's Information at War: Journalism, Disinformation, and Modern Warfare by ACPD Executive Director Vivian S. Walker.

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A Twitter account run by the U.S. ambassador to China may demonstrate a new approach to shaping public perception via digital diplomacy.

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Season 2 of a podcast co-hosted by Nicholas J. Cull and Simon Anholt.

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Season 2 of a podcast co-hosted by Nicholas J. Cull and Simon Anholt.

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Season 2 of a podcast co-hosted by Nicholas J. Cull and Simon Anholt.

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Two scholars dive deep into countries' relational power by analyzing such dynamics as power mutuality and power discrepancy.

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