Prasch's book on the rhetorical presidency and the Cold War is enjoyable and fresh in its approach, writes Nick Cull.
As Pride Month 2022 kicks off, Andrew Restieri writes about the soft power implications of U.S. domestic anti-LGBTQ legislation.
See some of CPD's content related to the 2020 Dubai Expo, the 2015 Milan Expo and more.
Sherry Mueller and Hayley Pottle discuss the history and relevance of citizen diplomacy in an American context.
Harvard PhD Candidate Naima Green-Riley provides a synopsis of how the protests over George Floyds death transcended borders and how the U.S. can use this momentum to affect positive change internationally.
Neil Simon argues "visiting a country amid a national election campaign is to see its civic life most animated" but that the US will miss this opportunity in the 2020 elections.
What does it take to demonstrate progress toward diversity and inclusion on the global stage?