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"Institutions like USC and its CPD can increasingly provide the three C’s of public diplomacy: Crossroads, conversations, and culture," says Rob Asghar.

Ilan Manor on the historical relationship between diplomacy and technology, and how it can help a world in crisis.

A security checklist for business travellers from Cari Guittard.

Havana, Cuba

Markos Kounalakis argues that Cuba played an important and overlooked role in the 2016 presidential election.

Statue of Liberty at Night

As the Trump Administration marks the completion of its first 100 days, Mark Dillen's analysis of the crisis in America's place in the world remains as relevant as ever.

 
Superman

"Is American soft power destined to henceforth be a malign, destabilizing force in the world?" asks Neal Rosendorf.

Journalism Aircraft Landscape, by Gabito222

The Voice of America was never intended to do investigative reporting, nor should it.

Agape Fellowship

A look at the response of some U.S. Christian churches to President Trump's travel ban

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