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U.S. Foreign Service Officer Kala Carruthers Azar tells the story of the switch to virtual programming during COVID-19 lockdown in Amman.

The act of one nation helping another can be largely symbolic, writes a researcher at National Research University Higher School of Economics.

Ambassador (ret.) William A. Rugh & Zachary Shapiro of the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy suggest three key reforms in the event of a Biden win this fall.

CPD Research Associate Sohaela Amiri recaps our recent convening on this pillar of PD.

Hannan Hussain of Islamabad Policy Research Institute writes, China's BRI strategies in Southeast Asia suggest a foundation in public diplomacy.

CPD Faculty Fellow Mina Chow on in-person, physical design amid an uncertain and virtual world.

Researchers write about sharing a nation's culture by carefully selecting which parts are most amenable to a foreign country.

What does it take to demonstrate progress toward diversity and inclusion on the global stage?

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