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"America First" undermines the U.S.'s ability to form constructive global relationships, writes former British diplomat and Boston University Senior Lecturer Paul Hare.

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.

The upcoming World Expo in Dubai offers an opportunity to form human-to-human connections amid the uncertainty of today's world, writes CPD Director Jay Wang. 

The BRI International Youth Forum (BRIYF) engages youth to bridge the perception gap about the Belt and Road Initiative, writes Seksan Anantasirikiat. 

Aparna Sridhar of the Center for Soft Power notes how beauty pageant contestants communicate complex ideas and symbolism on the world stage.

Anna Velikaya on how distinguished Russians in history helped shape the image of their home country.

In the second post of a two-part series, Sascha Priewe, CPD Research Fellow (2019-2021) and Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) Associate Vice President for Strategic Initiatives & Partnerships, emphasizes the importance of intercultural dialogue.

Boren Scholar and USC alum Kendal Gee discusses her experiences in Senegal.

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