CPD Director Philip Seib, along with several other media experts, will be participating in the 10th Arab Media Forum in Dubai, UAE.

CPD is pleased to announce the launch of the first interactive online edition of PDiN Monitor. The April 2011 issue focuses on the topic of Hyphenated Diplomacy.

Martin Wahlisch and Behar Xharra, in the third paper released in 2011, focus on how Kosovo can utilize public diplomacy to become more recognized in the world.

CPD Director Philip Seib is speaking at a workshop and panel discussion on social media’s role in the recent Middle Eastern and North African revolutions on April 27 at Princeton University.

CPD Research Fellow Lina Khatib (2010-2012) will be speaking on April 28th on “The Role of Political Strategy in Lebanon’s Political Crisis” at Stanford University.

PDiN Contributing Researcher Rachel Chan reviewed Koh Buck Song's latest book, Brand Singapore: How Nation Branding Built Asia’s Leading Global City.

CPD Research Fellow Anoush Rima Tatevossian (2010-2012) and MPD alum ('09) will be joining the United Nations Global Pulse project as the new Strategic Communications Officer.

In the second paper released in 2011, CPD Director Philip Seib advocates for public diplomacy tools to be incorporated into counterterrorism strategies.