Takeaways from CPD's July 16, 2020 roundtable convening a dozen participating cities from across North America.
The latest issue of CPD Perspectives is an article by CPD Research Fellow Alexander Buhmann & co-author Erich J. Sommerfeldt of the University of Maryland.
CPD Research Fellow Joel Day writes, dismantling racial injustice brick by brick requires understanding its foundation.
Don't miss "City Diplomacy: Current Trends and Future Prospects," a new book edited by CPD Research Associate Sohaela Amiri and Efe Sevin of Towson U.
CPD Faculty Fellow Diana Ingenhoff and co-author Bruno Asdourian share insights from their study analyzing mayoral messages.
Sister Cities International Chairman & San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg shares views on how cities are adapting, forging new connections and joining the evolving playing field of international relations and diplomacy.
As the world’s fifth largest economy, California plays a consequential role in global economy, culture and society. On June 2nd Lieutenant Governor Eleni Kounalakis joined us for a conversation on California’s response to the COVID-19 challenges, its subnational leadership in international affairs, and vision for a re-imagined global dynamic where cities and states aren’t just coming to the table—they’re starting to fill it. This event was moderated by Christina Bellantoni, Director of the Annenberg Media Center and Professor of Professional Practice.
L.A. Deputy Mayor for International Affairs Nina Hachigian & Brookings Institution Sr. Fellow Anthony Pipa share the latest thinking on cities' growing role in multilateral negotiation.