PD Happenings: March 24 - 30
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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- Over 1,000 Chinese Books on Exhibition in Kuwait to Promote Cultural Ties - Xinhua News Agency
- Pakistan Day Celebrations in U.S. Renew Hopes for Thaw in Bilateral Ties - Daily Times
- Young Saudi Artists Find a Voice in Major New York Exhibit - Arab News
- Paintings by Chinese Artists on Indian Themes Opens in Shanghai - Business Standard
- Britain's Creative Industries Are a Crucial Part of Our Future Economy - Huffington Post
- International Islamic University Islamabad Celebrates Cultural Week 2018 - UrduPoint
- K-Pop Stars Red Velvet Set To Perform In Pyongyang This Weekend - NPR
- Lending Ears to Scholars Can Rationalize Diplomacy - The Korea Herald
- Levira Targets Post-Brexit Broadcast Market - Broadcast TV News
- Digital Diplomacy Can Help Governments Shape Effective Foreign Policy, Says Expert - Daily Pakistan
- International Innovation Center for Tourism Development Will Open in Kazakhstan - Kazakh TV
- Turkish Adviser Lauds Anadolu Agency Training Programs - Anadolu Agency
- Climate Change and Conflict: New Research for Defense, Diplomacy and Development - New Security Beat
- 'Invest in the People First': The Powerful Ministry That's Rebuilding Lives in Haiti - CBN News
- NGOs Aim to Host Exhibition Near WHO - Taipei Times
- Pensacola Welcomes Dr. Feride Rushiti, Human Rights Activist from Kosovo - NPR
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- Toward Economic Inclusion of LGBTI People in Thailand - Modern Diplomacy
- Rwanda Should Be America’s Next Great Trade Partner - The Hill
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