American universities abroad can advance U.S. geopolitical interests, but must also appear disinterested to remain credible in their local contexts–a difficult needle to thread.
Season 2 of a podcast co-hosted by Nicholas J. Cull and Simon Anholt.
A Twitter account run by the U.S. ambassador to China may demonstrate a new approach to shaping public perception via digital diplomacy.
The author of the 2021 book, Chinese Soft Power, dives deep into history, political motivations, ideologies and more.
See some of CPD's content related to the 2020 Dubai Expo, the 2015 Milan Expo and more.
Aristyo Darmawan of the University of Indonesia details China's actions regarding the "nine-dash line."
CPD Faculty Fellow Jan Melissen and co-author Saskia Postema adapt their International Affairs article examining China’s influence in the UN system.
Professor at University of Porto Jorge Marinho and his students in the applied languages in business relations program examine the Chinese government's social media use in Africa in the context of Belt & Road.