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What can we expect from The Global Public Diplomacy Network (GPDNet) following its fifth General Assembly?

But is the message too exclusive?

Twitter is being utilized within Pakistan to promote a positive reputation for the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).

The Turkish Cinema Summer School brings together young filmmakers to learn about Turkish cinema, history and culture.

"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. 

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