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Turkey's hard power strategies illustrate how soft power is vulnerable to reputation, writes CPD Contributing Scholar Senem Çevik.
Twiplomacy's 2018 study shows that Instagram is the fastest growing social media platform for word leaders.
A round-up of what scholars and practitioners added to public diplomacy scholarship in 2018.
Highlights from this year include strategies to combat disinformation, religious diplomacy, digital diplomacy myths and more.
The U.S. Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy's annual report provides an overview of American public diplomacy.
How do images of political leaders impact our perceptions of their country?
CPD Research Fellow Zahid Shahab Ahmed discusses the impact of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) on Pakistan's nation-building.
How can sports diplomacy be leveraged to produce helpful diplomatic outcomes?
Leadership for America & the Global Community: Why HBCUs are Ideal PD Partners to Advance U.S. Foreign Policy
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