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Awareness of Asia's global standing since COVID-19 presents opportunities for public diplomacy through international cooperation and new rules of engagement.

Frederick Douglass circa 1879,  National Archives and Records Administration, National Archives Identifier (NAID) 558770. Public domain.

CPD Research Fellow Shearon Roberts shares the diplomatic framework of Black U.S. political actors as the architects of global racial justice.

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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 embody the values and networks critical to U.S. 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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