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Anna Velikaya discusses how Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan can present a new face to the world.
Either Facebook starts sharing more information about how its algorithms work, or social media platforms will be reduced to battlefields for 21st century warfare.
CPD Advisory Board Member Markos Kounalakis says First Lady Barbara Bush made a difference and shares some thoughts on ways Melania can too.
Pacific Council Communications Officer Justin Chapman recently traveled to Iceland with his USC Master of Public Diplomacy class to meet and discuss the country’s place branding efforts with government officials.
CPD Faculty Fellow Vivian S. Walker discusses public diplomacy under Prime Minister Orban's regime.
Following the 2018 ISA annual conference, Ilan Manor offers his take on the positive side of digital tools.
This is Part II of a two-part series reflecting on time well-spent while building a career in diplomacy.
This is Part I of a two-part series reflecting on time well-spent while building a career in diplomacy. In Part II, Senior Foreign Service Officer Conrad Turner will share considerations about returns on time investment and key takeaways for those new the field.