The Future of Public Diplomacy

In this In Review, CPD Director Philip Seib offers his thoughts on the future of public diplomacy, advising policymakers and practitioners to increase the sophistication of their work and not lose sight of its strategic purpose. His article is illustrated by a number of charts depicting current trends in public diplomacy news. 

The below articles also present a glimpse of the Republic of Korea’s public diplomacy activities from within, courtesy of the Consul of Political Affairs at the Korean Consulate General in Los Angeles as well as an American perspective from Taiwan on the tug-of-war around Jeremy Lin’s cultural identity and its inherent soft power.

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