Ambassador (ret.) William A. Rugh & Zachary Shapiro of the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy suggest three key reforms in the event of a Biden win this fall.
Sudarshan Ramabadran of the India Foundation's Center for Soft Power suggests Indian culture could serve as a lens in the growing need for "cultural competence."
Madison Jones McAleese, USC Master of Public Diplomacy & CPD alum, argues for the continued funding of nonprofits in the wake of COVID-19.
Arunima Gupta of the nonprofit cultural organization Network of Indian Cultural Enterprises discusses shifts in the global creative economy, its value and a case study from India.
Sonali Singh, an assistant professor of political science at Jai Prakash University in Chapra (Bihar), India, argues that India’s crisis response to COVID-19 deserves more attention.
The South China Morning Post highlights French President Emmanuel Macron's fashion-forward promotion of cloth masks.
Adjunct Fellow at the Griffith Asia Institute Bradley McConachie describes an expanded role of journalists in the era of COVID-19 and its effects.
Phillip Arceneaux & Lindsey M. Bier apply the business concept of "underdog expectations" to Vietnam's growing soft power during COVID-19.