international studies association

Image of Nick Cull (left) and Eytan Gilboa (right), photo courtesy of Eytan Gilboa

International Studies Association's 2023 Distinguished Scholar Awards for the two PD scholars are long overdue.

The ICA 2020 Annual Conference provided an opportunity for a joint panel between ICA's Public Diplomacy Interest Group and ISA's ICOMM division. 

On Friday, January 27, 2017, President Donald Trump signed an executive order which bans entry of all refugees to the United States for 120 days, and which suspends entry for refugees, immigrants, dual nationals, and US permanent residents from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen for 90 days, or longer. [...] As such, the ISA strongly condemns any action by any government which prevents the free movement of scholars engaged in research on international affairs, or any other scholarly discipline.

CPD continues to support robust discussions about public diplomacy.

Last week I joined several hundred other scholars at the 2014 International Studies Association convention. As expected, opinions on events in Ukraine abound. I was struck by the multiplicity of versions of the same events. More interesting still was how readily scholars were to label different versions as “propaganda.”

Having recently returned from the International Studies Association (ISA) conference in Toronto, I wanted to share some thoughts with the PD community, and particularly the scholars who for some reason or other couldn’t attend.