The endeavoring role of cities like Toronto, Canada and São Paulo, Brazil in the international system.
Philip Seib looks at how terrorist groups such as ISIL, al-Qaeda, and Boko Haram use different types of media.
An in-depth examination of how the Public Diplomacy Council of Catalonia (DIPLOCAT) shapes international opinion.
A look at the "Reimagining U.S. Mexico Relations" project from the U.S.-Mexico Network @ USC.
CPD Fellow Vivian Walker looks at what the Peloponnesian War can teach us about today's foreign policy.
An in-depth examination of the U.S.-China Climate Collaboration Network.
This edition of Bruce's List includes works by Mai'a K. Davis Cross, Ilan Manor, and more.
Since the United States' inception, the government has used public diplomacy to engage with other countries.