The work of a public diplomacy practitioner can be hectic, but establishing a strong understanding of the broader narrative can make it that much easier
Paweł Surowiec unpacks the role of soft power statecraft amidst Poland's recent legislation about WWII narratives.
A new paper by CPD Faculty Fellow Vivian Walker on Russian disinformation campaigns in Georgia.
In traditional diplomacy, a foreign public’s first impressions are formed by the architecture of embassy compounds, the grandeur of ambassadorial vehicles, the candor of diplomatic representatives, or the elegance of diplomatic functions. They serve as representations of the power, culture, and influence of the sending state. In digital diplomacy, a foreign public’s first impressions are often formed by the embassy website.