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Top CPD Blog Posts of 2022
Didn't catch every CPD Blog post this year?
Check out these pieces, which are among the most-read in 2022. Topics range from metaverse and information warfare to mega-events and city diplomacy.
By Ilan Manor
CPD Research Fellow Ilan Manor considers forward-looking perspectives on virtual technologies and PD.
From K-pop idols representing ASEAN to maximizing regional information societies, what does the future hold for Korea-ASEAN relations?
CPD Senior Research Specialist Sohaela Amiri describes a new analytical tool for policymakers.
By Jay Wang
The World Expo in Dubai offered an opportunity to form human-to-human connections amid the uncertainty of today's world, writes CPD Director Jay Wang.
Vivian S. Walker, Executive Director of the U.S. Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy, shares about significant changes to U.S. PD operations abroad.
By Philip Seib
CPD Faculty Fellow Philip Seib writes about Kremlin's information warfare.
By Ian Thomas
CPD Research Fellow Ian Thomas of the British Council describes a cultural relations approach to heritage protection.
Ukrainian Institute Director General Volodymyr Sheiko argues that current media narratives fail to illustrate Ukraine’s people, culture and history.
CPD Research Fellow Yoav Dubinsky shares PD perspectives on China's hosting of the 2022 Olympic Games.
SAIS Europe (Bologna) faculty David Ellwood shares about the Italian foreign ministry's new initiative to formalize PD activities.
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