Measurement and evaluation is nothing new to public diplomacy. Nicholas Cull holds that America’s public diplomats have always understood the need to move the needle. However, most historical accounts also agree that the topic has gained considerable traction since 9/11.
Evaluating the local impact of cultural exchanges is the subject of this latest collaboration.
The United States will continue its assertive support for fundamental rights and will hold this UN body to the highest standards -- standards rooted in the bedrock values of our nation and the belief that international peace, security, and prosperity are strengthened when human rights and fundamental freedoms are respected and protected.
Trudeau emphasizes that "Canada is back" on the global stage. But how true is it?
What is the state of U.S. public diplomacy today, and what are the challenges?
The 2016 edition of the Soft Power 30 Index is now available.