City Diplomacy Year in Review – a Roundup of CPD Readings
Over the past 5 years, CPD and our community of public diplomacy experts have produced a substantial body of research and analysis on the role of subnational actors in global engagement. As we take a moment to reflect on our contributions to the field of city diplomacy, we share the notable pieces published in the past year by the CPD research network:
|City Diplomacy: A Reset
By: Robert Banks
CPD Faculty Fellow Robert Banks moderates the latest city diplomacy roundtable and writes about this topic in the wake of the U.S. presidential election.
|Using City Diplomacy to Address Policing Reform and Racial Justice
By: Joel Day
CPD Research Fellow Joel Day encourages the use of city diplomacy in realizing police reform and racial justice.
|City Diplomacy in the Shifting COVID-19 Era Landscape
By: Robert Banks
Robert Banks recaps a CPD-sponsored discussion with leading city officials on how COVID-19 continues to impact city diplomacy in the United States.
|5 Takeaways on City Diplomacy in the COVID-19 Crisis
By: Jay Wang and Sohaela Amiri
CPD Director Jay Wang and Sohaela Amiri highlight the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on city diplomacy as discussed during the first virtual City Diplomacy roundtable.
|City Diplomacy Current Trends and Future Prospects
By: Sohaela Amiri and Efe Sevin
CPD Research Associate Sohaela Amiri and Efe Sevin's book presents theoretical and analytical approaches to the study of city diplomacy.
|America’s Cities on the World Stage
By: Kyle Hutzler
Kyle Hutzler's CPD Perspectives examines how American cities are deepening their international engagement.
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