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Your Favorites: June Edition
To wrap up the month, we bring you some of the top CPD stories, announcements and blogs, that captured your attention. Below is a countdown of June's most popular features.
Mark Dillen on the negative image of President Trump's first trip overseas.
Former U.S. Ambassador Curtis S. Chin on the proposed funding cuts to cross-cultural programs.
Laurence Desroches discusses a new digital storytelling campaign designed to bring attention to Syrian refugees.
On June 2, 2017, CPD joined forces with the University of Oxford to bring together 16 doctoral students for a spirited discussion on digital and public diplomacy.
Shaun Riordan on how creating more subsets of diplomacy can lead to confusion about what diplomacy actually is.
The former executive director of the U.S. Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy is the newest addition to the CPD board.
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