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Maintaining science relationships despite the conflict in Ukraine is critical, writes Olga Krasnyak of National Research University Higher School of Economics (Moscow).
Mexican diplomat Felipe Carrera describes an initiative to encourage Italians to learn about Mexican culture through cuisine.
How the 2022 U.S.-Iran soccer match compares to the 1998 competition, when hope existed for renewed diplomatic ties.
A discussion on the role of people-centered dialogue for global collaboration.
Engaging a nation's own citizens with public dialogue and participation may strengthen its democratic system.
Small cities become globally involved often due to historical connections or a local specialization, writes Daniel Clausen of Nagasaki University of Foreign Studies.
CPD Research Fellow Elisabeth King looks at both high-level culinary diplomacy and everyday gastrodiplomacy to foster understanding between hostile communities.
CPD Senior Research Specialist Sohaela Amiri argues for strengthening people-to-people ties between LA and Tehran.
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