TODAY: Noted scholar Susan Brownell discusses her experience in PyeongChang and the Olympics' role in facilitating global and regional relations.
The USC Korean Studies Institute director highlights the powerful pull of rhetoric when it comes to U.S. media messages about North Korea.
At a recent CPD event, Amb. Enna Park emphasized the importance of public diplomacy and soft power in ensuring S. Korea's continued success.
Arirang TV looks at the impact of the 2018 winter games on North Korea-South Korea relations.
From blogs on the public diplomacy of Catalonia and think tanks to events on city diplomacy and South Korea's soft power, here's a run-down of CPD's top content this month.
The political instability of 2016 and the beginning of 2017 was a turning point for Korea’s PD.
The next effort to defuse the nuclear brinksmanship over North Korea’s missile and bomb testing may come, not from diplomats, but from a pair of North Korean figure skaters who perform to music by the Beatles. An obscure competition on Thursday and Friday here in Bavaria has gained geopolitical urgency as the pairs team of Ryom Tae-ok and Kim Ju-sik seek to become the first North Korean athletes to qualify for the 2018 Winter Olympics in February in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
An 11-person delegation from Gunpo, South Korea, recently completed a Sister City visit to the City of Clarksville that included tours of City facilities, a local factory and visits to RiverFest and local entertainment venues. In 1999, Gunpo and Clarksville both approved an agreement establishing a Sister City relationship, designed to expand cultural understanding and cooperation.