American broadcast journalist Edward R. Murrow once said that "no cash register ever rings when a mind is changed." As such, measuring success in public diplomacy has always been a challenge. Because the impact of public...KEEP READING
New CPD Perspectives: Participatory Dialogue for Diplomacy
"Many Voices, Many Hands: Widening Participatory Dialogue to Improve Diplomacy's Impact," details the strategic value of public-private partnerships for cooperation and peace among state and nonstate actors.
Using several sister city relationships and respective diasporan communities as examples, Trent notes, "Building relationships with citizen diplomats extends practitioners’ presence across sectors and communities."
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