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"Cultural barometers" that analyze the representation of non-privileged groups in media can serve as tools for communicating with foreign audiences about inequality and violence.
Including five counter-disinformation tactics for diplomats.
The ASEAN Roundtable, a student-run public diplomacy program, uses human connections to promote ties between ASEAN and South Korea.
Master of Public Diplomacy candidate Wa'el Nimat proposes public diplomacy as a practice for PVE initiatives.
Profound and influential technological advances are disrupting public diplomacy.
National white papers, Derek Moscato explains, can help governments influence media narratives, public opinion and policy.
CPD Publications Assistant Jose Castillo discusses how public diplomacy can aid movements and address issues that transcend borders.
How Governor Newsom can help to create a truly global California.