PD Happenings: April 28 - May 4
This Week in PD is a weekly curated selection of public diplomacy-relevant news from a global cross-section of English-language media outlets, including independent, corporate-owned and state-sponsored sources.
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- Successful Use of Public Diplomacy: Lessons from Canada - Modern Diplomacy
- NATO-Georgia Public Diplomacy Forum Is Being Held in Tbilisi - Agenda.ge
- Turkey’s Public Diplomacy for Political Goals in the Balkan Region - Modern Diplomacy
- Going Global 2018: Knowledge Diplomacy Must Be Used to Enrich the Global Public Good - Times Higher Education
- How India Uses Public Diplomacy: Lessons for Pakistan - Modern Diplomacy
- How Powerful Is Saudi Arabia’s Soft Power Push? - Frieze
- Most Latin Americans Can’t Name a Chinese Singer. Why That’s Great for Beijing. - America's Quarterly
- Women Ambassadors Advise Students on Getting Ahead ‘In Man’s World’ - The Washington Diplomat
- Power of Youth - The Interpreter
- Foreign Service Stereotypes - CPD Blog
- Young Change-Makers Show the Impact of Soft Diplomacy - The Christian Science Monitor
- When America's Hottest Jazz Stars Were Sent to Cool Cold-War Tensions - The Guardian
- Buddha Diplomacy: Pakistan Uses Its Inter-Religious Past to Build Modern Ties - Global Village Space
- Japanese Whisky Has Never Been Hotter. Here’s What Makes It So Distinctive. - The Washington Post
- K-pop Standing Down: South Korea to Remove Speakers that Blasted North Korea for Decades - USA Today
- Mainstream Media Discrepancies Between the U.S. and the UK - CPD Blog
- U.S. Delegation of Museum Leaders Tours NYU Abu Dhabi Campus - The Gulf Today
- Floral Diplomacy: Celebrating Floriculture Industries of Netherlands and Sri Lanka - The Times Online
- Diplomacy Without Diplomats - The Atlantic
- Trump's 'America First' Doctrine and the Waning U.S. Hegemony - Independent Australia
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