Meet the Author

A collection of interviews with leading authors, scholars and practitioners in the field of public diplomacy. 

Meet the Author

Nontraditional U.S. Public Diplomacy: Past, Present, and Future explores how both innovative and traditional strategies can make for effective public diplomacy. 

Veteran foreign correspondent on his latest book, Spin Wars & Spy Games, exploring the geopolitics of global news networks.

November 2, 2017

USC professor and prolific author on his new book, As Terrorism Evolves.

P.J. Crowley

GW Professor and former Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs on his most recent book, Red Line.

Nigel Cliff

A Cold War tale of cultural exchange and music diplomacy.

The author and diplomat answers questions on the leaked embassy cables and the future of public diplomacy. 

Why Confucius Institutes have become China's most controversial soft power asset. 

Gregory M. Tomlin on Edward R. Murrow and international broadcasting.

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