Prasch's book on the rhetorical presidency and the Cold War is enjoyable and fresh in its approach, writes Nick Cull.
CPD's César Corona analyzed the lessons the U.S. should learn from its failure to host the Expo 2027.
The educational / training institutions abroad that welcome foreign military students could wield upon them a variety of influences.
American universities abroad can advance U.S. geopolitical interests, but must also appear disinterested to remain credible in their local contexts–a difficult needle to thread.
The USC Center on Public Diplomacy convened in Los Angeles on March 30 the 3rd CPD Summit on City Diplomacy.
New materials demonstrate how the global landscape of American higher education affords advantages for public diplomacy.
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.