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South China Morning Post correspondent Mark Magnier interviews CPD Faculty Fellow Nicholas J. Cull

“Propaganda is not a moment in the history of communication, rather it is an element in the structure of communication," notes public diplomacy's lead historian.

February 14, 2020
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CPD Faculty Fellow Nicholas J. Cull shares a special Valentine's Day message to his colleagues in China.

CPD Faculty Fellow and Director of USC's Master’s Program in Public Diplomacy Nicholas Cull underlines the importance of a U.S. presence at Expo 2020.

How has propaganda changed over time? Public diplomacy's lead historian dialogues with a student to explore.

How propaganda has influenced people in the past and present.

On how Kazakhstan has pursued building its relevance and reputation among global audiences.

Propaganda historian, Nicholas J. Cull, on why the U.S. president's language matters and how a threshold has recently been crossed.

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