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The latest issue of CPD Perspectives is an article by CPD Research Fellow Alexander Buhmann & co-author Erich J. Sommerfeldt of the University of Maryland.
The Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs hosted the fourth annual diversity workshop for students and young professionals July 20–24.
The new issue highlights the U.S. Foreign Service response to COVID-19 on several fronts including global health, regional analyses, PD and beyond.
CPD's roundup of recent moments in music and technology connecting cultures and societies around the world.
As COVID-19 affects people worldwide, we've collected CPD's top content on the role of strong PD in the name of global public health and community.
USC Annenberg and CPD are pleased to announce the launch of the CPD Student Travel Fund, thanks to a generous gift from an Annenberg parent.
The late pollster was a good friend to the public diplomacy team at USC.
"To succeed in their global missions, cities, their home states and the federal government all have work to do," writes Kyle Hutzler of McKinsey & Co.
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