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Vivian Walker reviews the 2020 Palgrave Macmillan book Russia’s Public Diplomacy: Evolution and Practice.
Joel Day discusses how city diplomacy might be used to address issues of policing reform and racial justice
Former CPD Dissertation award recipient Stanislav Budnitsky discusses Russia's new COVID-19 vaccine in the context of Russia's quest for technological advancement and international standing
Harvard PhD Candidate Naima Green-Riley provides a synopsis of how the protests over George Floyds death transcended borders and how the U.S. can use this momentum to affect positive change internationally.
Phillip Arceneaux argues that the time has never been better to adopt socio-legal methodologies for exploring the practice of public diplomacy in relationship to international law.
Public Diplomacy Council (PDC) Fellow Olivia Chavez interviews PDC President Sherry Lee Mueller on intergenerational dialogue and investing in future leaders.
Neil Simon argues "visiting a country amid a national election campaign is to see its civic life most animated" but that the US will miss this opportunity in the 2020 elections.
The spirit of the Olympic Games advocates world peace and the betterment of the world.
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