A new CPD blog spotlights Portuguese intelligence and NATO as case studies in examining foreign influence on political affairs.
Director of the NATO Information and Documentation Centre in Ukraine Barbora Maronkova on how NATO skillfully combined its new headquarters with art.
NATO's Barbora Maronkova provides a walk through the Alliance's 70-year history of public engagement.
Is NATO indeed a relic of the Cold War and thus obsolete?
A new paper by 2015-17 CPD Research Fellow Barbora Maronkova on NATO's public diplomacy evaluation & measurement.
Agenda and MHP Communications has launched #WeAreNato, the organization's first major communications campaign in nearly a decade.[...] "Helping NATO reach audiences in more than 28 member countries and to explain its mission of guaranteeing peace and security for its citizens in the kind of work we love to do." [...] According to Agenda, the framework contract encompasses a wide variety of communications, public affairs and creative media relations.
Donald J. Trump’s first foreign trip as U.S. President is now history, but the repercussions are likely to be felt for years to come. [...] Trump disrespected the entire NATO alliance system, broke with the rest of the G-7 on the Paris climate change agreement and, in general, behaved boorishly. Given the chance to welcome NATO’s newest member, Montenegro, Trump pushed its prime minister aside to claim his own front row spot for the traditional “family photo” of NATO summit leaders.