The author's recent book, Nation Branding and Sports Diplomacy, argues that global changes such as the COVID-19 pandemic require countries to adapt their nation branding and sports diplomacy strategies.
The author's recent book, Queer Diplomacy, is the first study of multilateral LGBT human rights diplomacy. The book draws from the perspective of LGBT activists, human rights experts, multilateral specialists, and other practitioners.
Pope Francis has a similar ambition to shape history. He wants to steer it away from what he’s called the “globalization of indifference” to the poor, refugees, and other victims of a “throw-away culture”, and he wants to end a Third World War he believes is being fought today in “piece-meal” fashion.
A look at the myriad powers of sports diplomacy within the global arena.
PD news headlines this week explore the role of millennials in public diplomacy.
On August 15th 2015, Global Day of Peace for Iran, thousands of people are gathering in cities across the world to show support for peace and prevent another war in the middle east. This is a grassroots movement organized by dozens of volunteers in over 100 cities in 20 countries in 4 continents. Hundreds of volunteers, with no affiliation to any organization or group, have joined this grassroots movement.