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This two-part blog series uses a cultural studies approach to deconstruct Trump’s antagonistic public diplomacy.
What differentiates political communication and public diplomacy? CPD Blog Contributor Kadir Jun Ayhan offers suggestions to better define PD
A University of Southern California class takes an multidisciplinary approach to addressing the global refugee crisis.
Rob Asghar provides geopolitical context for the region as long-standing tensions bubble to the surface.
The rise and fall of public libraries as a tool to spread U.S. ideals in Iran
The British parliamentarians err by treating Facebook as just a company that needs regulating.
In part two of this two-part series, CPD Faculty Fellow Vivian Walker positions Hungary's brick-and-mortar revisionism as classic disinformation.
Positive messaging of diplomacy activities negates the common belief that fear and anger travel faster online.