Nick Cull responds to a reader's questions on U.S.-Russia relations and global stability today compared to the Cold War.
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With the world watching the new U.S.-Mexico relationship, Mexico has an opportunity.
A majority of Japanese people — 83.8 percent — are concerned the administration of new U.S. President Donald Trump could create global instability, according to a Kyodo News survey conducted Saturday and Sunday. Only 13.1 percent of the respondents to the nationwide telephone survey said they are not concerned about the administration of Trump, who was sworn in on Jan. 20 and is pushing an “America First” agenda on trade and immigration.
It was a regular Friday in the U.S. but the most special day of the year in China and other Asian communities. The Cleveland Cavaliers paid tribute to their Chinese fans by celebrating Chinese New Year, educating and engaging local fans with Chinese culture. This was the second annual celebration for the Cavs and the NBA's sixth year with official organized events.
Russia's public diplomacy strategy of disinformation displays not soft power but rather "wicked power," writes Erik Nisbet.
What can public diplomacy learn from Trump's playbook?