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This Week in PD is a weekly curated selection of public diplomacy-relevant news from a global cross-section of English-language media outlets, including independent, corporate-owned and state-sponsored sources.
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- Aurora's Puerto Rican Heritage Festival Will Return After Absence Last Year - Chicago Tribune
- UK Envoy's Food Diplomacy - New Straits Times
- International Musicians Create Harmony Through Music Program - Voice of America
- Turkey’s Diplomacy Attracts With Enchanting Culture - The Korea Herald
- Young U.S. Musicians Give Flash Mob Performances in Taiwan - Focus Taiwan
- Chicago Cultural Center Hosts Evening of Egyptian Dance, Music - Chicago Tribune
- Tiepolo, Canaletto Star in Moscow - ANSA
- Tunisian Producers See Promise in Olive Oil Tourism - Olive Oil Times
- Chinese Students Speak of Positive Experience in the UAE - Gulf News
- Public Diplomacy Strategies for South Korea's New Southern Policy - CPD Blog
- Sister-City Teachers Become Playrights With FST Write-A-Play Training - Herald Tribune
- Russia's Victory Day as a Vehicle for Disinformation - CPD Blog
- Friendship Force County Durham Welcomes American Guests - The Northern Echo
- World's First Disability Summit Launched - The National
- Help Is on the Way, at Last, for Religious Minorities in Iraq - The Washington Post
- We Need More Citizen-to-Citizen Diplomacy With Russia - The Hill
- What Makes the Holy See’s Diplomacy Unique, According to Vatican’s Foreign Minister - Crux
- China's 'Soft Power' in Senegal - Al Jazeera
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