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Public Diplomacy & Pandemics
Editor's Note: For updates about COVID-19 (coronavirus) please refer to the World Health Organization.
Whether you're a PD practitioner looking to brush up on global public health in the wake of COVID-19, a health professional seeking deeper understanding of international cooperation or anywhere in between, take a look at these high-level commentaries from leading voices on global health diplomacy during pandemic-level crises.
- Public Diplomacy in Global Health: An Annotated Bibliography by Tara Ornstein
- Impact of Government-Philanthropy Collaboration on Global Health Diplomacy: A Case Study of Public-Private Partnerships in the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) by Kazumi Noguchi, published in "Intersections Between Public Diplomacy & International Development: Case Studies in Converging Fields" edited by James Pamment
- How 2020 Changed Public Diplomacy by Jay Wang
- When the Fortress Falls: Thailand’s Quest for World-Class Medical Care Rank by Silada Rojratanakiat
- Promoting Ukraine's Image Abroad During the Pandemic by Valerie Samoilova
- Pandemic Alters Craft of Diplomacy by Narayanappa Janardhan
- The Politics of Russia's Vaccine Promotion by Stanislav Budnitskiy
- City Diplomacy in the Shifting COVID-19-Era Landscape by Robert Banks
- Aid Diplomacy & Nation Image: Central Asia and Russia by Eriks Varpahovskis
- Watching WHO: Public Diplomacy and the People’s Health Movement by Tara Ornstein
- Crisis Communication: Applying the K.I.S.S. Principle by Justin Rashid
- Pandemic-Time U.S. Public Diplomacy in Georgia by Mariami Khatiashvili
- Film Diplomacy in the Time of COVID-19 by Rachel Gandin Mark
- Can Cities Fix a Post-Pandemic World Order? by Nina Hachigan & Anthony Pipa
- The COVID Crisis Gives Public Diplomacy Teams the Chance to Experiment by Neil Simon
- In the Age of the COVID-19 Crisis, Have Journalists Become the New Diplomats? by Bradley Mcconachie
- International Reputation & COVID-19: China, the U.S. and Beyond by Nicholas Cull & Mark Magnier
- Nationals in Crisis and Diplomacy’s Domestic Communication Challenge by Jan Melissen
- How COVID-19 Makes International Affairs More Humanly Decent by Sohaela Amiri
- Public Diplomacy in the Age of Pandemics by Jay Wang
- A Valentine to China by Nicholas J. Cull
- A Moment of Opportunity: Zika, Diasporas, and Public-Private Partnership by Deborah L. Trent
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