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The August edition of CPD Faculty Fellow Bruce Gregory's public diplomacy reading list is now available.
A special issue of Place Branding and Public Diplomacy features six perspectives on sports diplomacy's past, present and future.
Media freedom around the world has faced a downward spiral over the last decade, says Freedom House's 2019 report.
Members of the foreign policy, military, academic and business communities write to President Trump and Congress about the U.S.'s relationship with China.
A private art collection comprising 25,000 works from artists representing 155 countries celebrates the world's diversity and interconnectedness.
A new report from a Canadian Senate committee urges officials to develop a comprehensive cultural diplomacy strategy.
CPD Faculty Fellow James Pamment and his team at Lund University partnered with the UK government to publish this practical guide for combating nefarious information.
The May edition of CPD Faculty Fellow Bruce Gregory's public diplomacy reading list is now available.
Leadership for America & the Global Community: Why HBCUs are Ideal PD Partners to Advance U.S. Foreign Policy
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