PDiN Monitor February Issue Out Now

The February issue of PDiN Monitor, CPD's electronic review of public diplomacy in the news, focuses on the topic of Nation Branding.

"As part of its PDiN news aggregation service, the USC Center on Public Diplomacy collects and tags countless articles and op-eds on public diplomacy each week and we are pleased to present a closer look at some of these headlines in the latest issue of PDiN Monitor," said Sherine Badawi Walton, Editor-in-Chief of the publication.

In this issue:

  • In Nation Branding: Not Just a Logo, Jian 'Jay' Wang offers a concise overview of the ever-evolving field of nation branding with a particular emphasis on some of the breaking stories this month.

  • In Lost in Explanation, Naomi Leight and Paul Rockower delve into Israel's newly launched program of "brand ambassadors," presenting all sides of the argument for this controversial move by Israel's government.

  • Katharine Keith reviews relevant articles about the United States' ostensible negligence of its brand management in Welcome to the USA.

  • At least two dozen February stories tracked in our Science Diplomacy Monitor are summarized in Developments in Science Diplomacy.

  • PD in Print presents the latest blogs and publications from CPD and other sources and Upcoming PD Events of Interest brings together event information from a range of international venues.

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