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We need to have better ways of analyzing and comparing coercive and nonviolent tools of statecraft while reimagining it to be more humanly decent and less violent.

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Geoff Heriot's book, International Broadcasting and its Contested Role in Australian Statecraft: Middle Power, Smart Power, showcases impressive intellectual breadth.

CPD Research Associate Sohaela Amiri on opportunities for a reimagined statecraft in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

A new book on Polish soft power, nation-branding and public image. 

The August 2016 must-reads in PD scholarship from Bruce Gregory

The impact of news media framing on public opinion of the U.S. and Chinese involvement in Africa.