This article analyzes the effects and impact of new media technologies on traditional public diplomacy practices through the lens of the U.S. Embassy in China's use of the micro-blogging platform Weibo.
Global communications scholar James Pamment has published a new article that unpacks the communication theories and practices behind the international advocacy Campaign to End Sexual Violence in Conflict.
Global communications scholars Kaarle Nordenstreng and Daya Kishan Thussu have published a new book Mapping BRICS Media, a comprehensive anthology that analyzes the impact of of BRICS media on the 21st century global media and communications landscape.
The March 2015 edition of Bruce Gregory's public diplomacy reading list is now available.
This article analyzes how the Catalan government is utilizing its unique cultural identity to reinvent its image both domestically and abroad through cultural diplomacy activities.
The intersection of public diplomacy, people-to-people communication and international trust building is explored in this new article by Kirsten Mogensen, an associate professor at Roskilde University in Denmark and an alumna of the CPD Summer Institute.
Matthew Wallin, a USC MPD alum and fellow at the American Security Project, reveals why public diplomacy matters for soldiers and governments alike in this new report on U.S. Military PD practices.
Eric B. Schnurer explores how the Estonian government is using the internet as a new space for collaboration, engagement and partnership in his article for Foreign Affairs magazine.