future of diplomacy
CPD Director Jay Wang was a featured speaker at the 2019 GlobalThink Singapore's executive roundtable discussion on the future of public-private partnerships and beyond.
The embassy, at least in its traditional form, is facing an existential crisis. The global transformations of the twenty-first century have dramatically changed the way nations practice diplomacy. The rise of digital communications, diminishing resources, and growing security threats all raise the question of whether the traditional embassy is still relevant.
This new report from the Clingendael Institute assesses the field and functionality of digital diplomacy in today's domestic and international policy environments.
The Art Of Future Warfare (AOFW) is a project sponsored by the Atlantic Council’s Brent Scowcroft Center on International Security. It’s based on the idea that writers, artists and game designers have a lot to offer policy wonks. So it’s launched a year-long effort to engagecreatives with a series of challenges about the future of conflict. August Cole, director of AOFW, believes the creative arts are essential to military and policy thinking.