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Adapting Public Diplomacy to the Populist Challenge
In the latest release from CPD's podcast The Public Diplocast, CPD Assistant Director of Programming & Events Stacy Ingber jumped on a phone call with Andrew Cooper, Professor at the Balsillie School of International Affairs and the Department of Political Science at the University of Waterloo.
Andrew is one of the authors behind a special collection of 12 new essays published by The Hague Journal of Diplomacy focused entirely on public diplomacy, making sense of today's soft power challenges and what may be next.
The discussion touched on the rise of insurgent populism across the world and the implications for public diplomacy—two issues addressed in Andrew's chapter of the journal.
Below, listen to this episode of CPD's Public Diplocast, which features our conversation with Andrew Cooper.
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