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CPD Research Fellow and Assistant Professor at the University of Copenhagen, Kristin Anabel Eggeling, discusses diplomacy amid digitalization and technological change.

Citizen Diplomacy is the belief that all people have the right, even the responsibility, to engage in international relations through learning, listening, and building trusting relationships.

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In the post-truth era, public diplomacy counters online falsehoods and promotes compelling digital narratives for one's own truth.

November 8, 2023

From basketball blogs to volleyball videos, we've got you covered in this CPD primer.

With AI rapidly influencing the field of public diplomacy, we share notable readings and presentations from the CPD research network during the past year.

November 7, 2023

Emilio Ferrara is a Professor of Communication and Computer Science at the USC Information Sciences Institute and the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism.


Dmitri Williams is a member of CPD's Professional Training Faculty and a professor at USC Annenberg, where he teaches courses on technology and society, games and data analytics. 

Xavier University's Shearon Roberts explores how Black women elected officials are reframing our understanding of public diplomacy.