Luigi Di Martino reconceptualizes listening in public diplomacy as a spectrum covering differences in engagement, goals and approaches.
Katherine Brown joined CPD to discuss her recently published book, Your Country, Our War. Based on eight years of interviews in Kabul, Washington, and New York, she spoke to an engaged audience on how news intersects with international politics and shows the global power and reach of the U.S. news media, especially within the context of the post-9/11 era.
Moderating this event was Mohamad Mirghahari, former Senior Advisor to the Chief of Staff at the Transportation Security Administration (TSA).
Eriks Varpahovskis provides an overview of the diverse range of Korean educational institutions and programs throughout Central Asia.
A new podcast features a diverse range of personal narratives from alumni of the U.S. State Department's international exchange programs.
Sonali Singh, Assistant Professor of Political Science at Manipal University Jaipur, reflects on the annual International Day of Yoga and India's soft power.
Johns Hopkins University Ph.D. student Aaron Bateman on why the pope is directly engaging tech companies.
Why cyber policy has an image problem, and what must be done to address global cyber challenges.
CPD Journalism Fellow Austin Maddox explores the intersection of digital storytelling and a hallmark of public diplomacy: soft power.