CPD Director Jay Wang and CPD Faculty Fellow Amara Aguilar join the United Nations' 3rd annual convening of AI innovators in Geneva, Switzerland

As part of its commitment to building the academic field of public diplomacy, CPD will award $2,500 to an emerging scholar engaged in cutting-edge research on public diplomacy.

CPD is pleased to announce that Barry A. Sanders will serve as chair of its Advisory Board, succeeding Mel Levine.

USC students can now apply for a special summer internship.

Don't miss "Debating Public Diplomacy: Now and Next," a special collection co-edited by Jan Melissen and CPD Director Jay Wang.

A special edition of The Hague Journal of Diplomacy is forthcoming early summer 2019.

Bianca Baumler, senior consultant to the EU on public diplomacy, offers an insider's view on how the bloc shapes hearts and minds.

Researchers at all levels are welcome to submit and need not be current Fulbright grantees or alumni.