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Sascha Priewe, CPD Research Fellow (2019-2021) and Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) Associate Vice President for Strategic Initiatives & Partnerships, discusses cultural diplomacy at the local level in part one of this two-part series.
Activities that help alumni of U.S. exchange programs build on their international experience strengthen U.S.-Georgia relations, writes Mariam Khatiashvili.
CPD Faculty Fellow Corneliu Bjola explains how social media data can be used to conduct virality, signalling and contagion tests.
Recent developments in U.S.-Iran relations highlight how local diplomacy can bring together the people of Los Angeles and Tehran, writes CPD Research Associate Sohaela Amiri.
MPD student Joshua Morris ('21) lists 14 steps necessary for a successful campaign.
Which factors determine credibility for U.S. foreign policy? Read this deep dive from Khristo Ayad.
Diplomatic spouses and partners offer powerful PD resources, write Michael Edward Walsh and Britt Spyrou.
From the U.S. State Department to recent protests in Lebanon, mental health is being addressed in diplomacy and political action.
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