Valerie Samoilova of Ukraine's Foreign Ministry writes about an initiative to share the Ukrainian language abroad through museums.
Watch this video with Dr. Damion L. Thomas on how museums shape the global conversation about Black America and examine the African American presence in sports and its social and geopolitical consequences.
Madison Jones McAleese, USC Master of Public Diplomacy & CPD alum, argues for the continued funding of nonprofits in the wake of COVID-19.
CPD is seeking three energetic and enthusiastic students to join our high-performing team to work remotely through the CPD Research Internship program.
Natalia Grincheva of the University of Melbourne discusses her deep mapping tool to measure the soft power of museums.
How museums in the UK and around the world carry soft power influence by connecting people with art and culture.
A glimpse at how museums like the Canadian Museum for Human Rights can improve the image of the countries and cities where they are located.
As stated by The Soft Power 30 in their report, not long ago, museums were a form of hard power. They acted as safeguards of the spoils of war and conquest of mankind. It was a form of expression of the state hegemony and cultural diplomacy. However, the role of museums has gone through some changes in the past years.