Has the moment for PD's domestic mandate arrived? Historical lessons on diversity, change, people-to-people exchanges and more can advance the global image of the U.S.
This week in public diplomacy news, headlines revealed how trust can both smooth and sharpen diplomatic divides.
The Republican/neocon narrative that the United States has steadily lost its standing in the eyes of the world since Obama succeeded George W. Bush has been rather strongly undermined by the findings of a major new survey of 40 countries by the Pew Research Center and its Global Attitudes Project.
The intersection of public diplomacy, people-to-people communication and international trust building is explored in this new article by Kirsten Mogensen, an associate professor at Roskilde University in Denmark and an alumna of the CPD Summer Institute.