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This photo essay series explores Expo 2020 Dubai through historical context, individual country participation and PD opportunities through Expos.
The UK's freeze of the BBC license fee could have far-reaching implications for Britain's soft power.
Amid global "wicked problems," CPD Faculty Fellow R.S. Zaharna poses a timely question to the PD community.
Vivian S. Walker, Executive Director of the U.S. Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy, shares about significant changes to U.S. PD operations abroad.
Learn from a recent scholarly debate about the impact of digital technologies on PD practice.
A U.S.-Korea PD Ideas Contest winner shares about the PD value of competitive gaming.
Authors of a study on celebrity diplomats analyze several contemporary individuals per their type of capital and diplomatic influence.
CPD Research Fellow Mafalda Dâmaso shares about her work examining the EU's cultural outreach strategies.
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