2012 Summer Institute Alum Jelena Perleta discusses Croatia joining the European Union and the impact it will have on gastrodiplomacy.
CPD Summer Institute Alum Stanislav Saling writes about the new public diplomacy initiative at the United Nations.
CPD Summer Institute instructor, Cari Guittard, writes about the benefits and challenges facing women in public sercvice.
The seventh annual CPD Summer Institute in Public Diplomacy concluded on August 3rd. Twenty-three participants spent two weeks engaging in vigorous study, critical debate, and dynamic teamwork designed to enhance the practice of public diplomacy.
2011 CPD Summer Institute alumnus Nick Snyder wrote a piece for the July-August 2012 issue of State Magazine, recounting his experiences as a Kathryn W. Davis Public Diplomacy Fellow.This year, the Summer Institute welcomes two Davis fellows, Addie Schroeder, a line officer in the Executive Secretariat, is pictured in the article alongside Snyder, and Glen S. Davis, a Public Diplomacy Officer from the Afghanistan Desk.
The USC Center on Public Diplomacy will kick off its 2012 Summer Institute in Public Diplomacy at USC on July 23. The professional training program will run through August 3. Now in its seventh year, the CPD Summer Institute in Public Diplomacy is an intensive two-week course designed to immerse participants in the critical study of public diplomacy by combining traditional classroom instruction with collaborative hands-on exercises.
SI ‘10 Alum Sausan Ghosheh accompanied the United Nations monitors in Syria and spoke to the NY Times about the horrific tragedy in Mazraat al-Qubeir on June 9th. She said it would take time to sort out conflicting information from residents of neighboring villages. “We need to go back, cross-reference what we have heard and check the names they say were killed, check the names they say are missing.”
In his inaugural blog for CPD, SI Alum Joshua Frey discusses the growing media presence in Afghanistan and how it can be used as a “powerful tool to counter forces of instability from dominating the country.”