Soft power scholar Joseph S. Nye, Jr. evaluates how public diplomacy investment impacts American soft power in the Trump administration.
The second post of this two-part series delves into what President Trump's hyperreal digital activity means for public diplomacy.
This two-part blog series uses a cultural studies approach to deconstruct Trump’s antagonistic public diplomacy.
The Trump White House has gained a reputation for corruption, mistruth, and attacks on press freedom that goes against everything America wants to be known for in the world.
A look into Russian opinion in the lead-up to the Trump-Putin summit.
Mark Dillen takes a hard look at the Trump Administration's troubling image abroad.
The image-making platform of the Trump-Kim summit in Singapore.