In this series, CPD interviews international thought-leaders as well as key practitioners of public diplomacy and related professional fields to provide our readers with insight into the inner workings of some of the world’s most thoughtful PD practitioners. For more information about the Q&A with CPD series, click here.
Q&A with CPD
The Bureau International Des Expositions (BIE)'s Secretary General shares about the enduring value of World Expos, their PD power and more.
Sister Cities International Chairman & San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg shares views on how cities are adapting, forging new connections and joining the evolving playing field of international relations and diplomacy.
An exclusive interview with Jennifer Clinton, president and CEO of Cultural Vistas, a nonprofit that develops academic, cultural and professional exchange and public diplomacy programs
Golin Chairman and USC Center on PR Director Fred Cook reveals crisis management lessons from the private sector for public diplomacy practices in this exclusive Q&A.
The longtime American Diplomat discusses his new oral history on Henry Kissinger, the role of public diplomacy in foreign policy, and U.S.-China relations.
The prominent composer and festival director shares unique insights into the universality of culture, the relationship between the festive and the diplomatic, and more.
A Tony Award®-winning playwright who penned "Soft Power," a play with a musical premiering at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles.
On the evolving concept of "soft power" and key challenges facing U.S. public diplomacy.