Natalia Grincheva of the University of Melbourne discusses her deep mapping tool to measure the soft power of museums.
A new paper by CPD Research Fellow Deborah L. Trent on the participatory benefit of public-private partnerships.
A new paper by 2015-17 CPD Research Fellow Barbora Maronkova on NATO's public diplomacy evaluation & measurement.
The research grant from Global Ties U.S. will fund a project to evaluate and monitor the Police Professionalization Exchange Program.
The symbolic gesture of picking São Paulo for the grand opening of Japan House hints at the value attributed by Japan to its strategic global partnership with Brasília. [...] unless Tokyo and Brasília decide to go for a thorough re-evaluation of the terms upon which their dysfunctional bilateral cooperation was structured over time, and think of innovative ways to carry it through in the future, Japan House will be of little help in making the ties that unite the two countries even bolder.
The concept behind the Good Country Index is to determine what each country gives to the common good of humanity, and what it takes away, in relation to its size. By using a massive collection of data from the United Nations and other international organizations, the GCI gave each country some sort of a balance sheet to quickly show whether it is a net creditor to humankind, an oppressive burden on the planet, or something in between.