PD Goes Local
Public diplomacy has been a central pillar of American statecraft for more than 60 years. So what does public diplomacy look like from the vantage point of states like Oklahoma, Iowa and Illinois in the nation’s heartland? Or from the perspectives of coastal states like California and New York? This initiative will allow us to explore these various viewpoints on the new global landscape where diplomacy is so often disrupted by geopolitics, geoeconomy and technology.
Events, Conferences & Workshops
CPD and L.A. Mayor's Office for International Affairs will host the 2nd summit on city diplomacy this November.
On September 10, CPD welcomed the Mayor of Paris for a private discussion on climate change, the state of city diplomacy and the Paris 2024 Summer Olympics.
From summit diplomacy to sports diplomacy, 2018 saw the role of public diplomacy continue to grow when it came to security challenges on the Korean Peninsula.
CPD in partnership with the L.A. Mayor's Office for International Affairs hosted a summit on City Diplomacy this April addressing challenges facing U.S. cities on the global stage.
How does the world see the U.S. and when standing in the heartland, is that view different? A CPD-University of Oklahoma event.
CPD Publications, Analysis, & Multimedia
Exchanges leave an indelible mark on participants, but what about the local cities that host them?
Watch CPD's panel on "The Future of City Diplomacy," discussing the role U.S. cities play in shaping the international arena.
In his piece for the Soft Power 30 report, Joel Day looks at how the City of San Diego is working to create a global brand.
"Subnational Diplomacy, Climate Governance & Californian Global Leadership," highlights the growing power of subnational entities on issues like climate change.