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Check out the most popular blogs, events, and PD Hub features for the month of August:


6. Evaluating Data-Driven Public Diplomacy 

Authors Hamilton Bean and Edward Comor try to identify what motivates the search for methods to evaluate public diplomacy.



5. Embassy Websites: First Impressions Count

Jeffrey Robertson discusses the importance of embassy websites in addition to social media.



4. Challenges in Measuring Public Diplomacy

Katherine Brown delves into the importance of evaluating public diplomacy and offers advice on how to do so.



3. Russian Diplomatic Culture and the Image of Diplomats

Olga Krasnyak looks at how the actions of diplomats can impact national image.



2. Countering Violent Extremism Offline and Offline

A frank conversation with CVE experts, Todd Helmus (RAND) and Erroll Southers (USC) about counter measures to prevent radicalization.



1. Red Line: Public Diplomacy in the Age of Trump

Former Assistant Secretary of State, P.J. Crowley shared his views on U.S. domestic politics and the future of America’s global leadership.


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