The Bureau International des Expositions interviews three experts to gain their insights into why World Expos are ideal venues for public diplomacy and nation branding.
Arirang TV releases this video interview conducted by Ms. Enna Park, South Korea's Ambassador for Public Diplomacy.
The annual conference supported by South Korea's Ministry of Foreign Affairs will be held June 26-28.
Here's some of what the participating panelists from Los Angeles, New York and beyond, had to say about the future of city diplomacy.
At a time when disinformation and fake news corrupt communication channels, delivering the truthful and authentic American message is needed now more than ever. American public diplomacy, our nation’s outreach to peoples around the world, is the prime channel for communicating this message. It is essential to this country’s national security and should be vigorously championed by the president and Congress.
The U.S.-China Bi-National Commission releases its first major report: Building U.S.-China Trust Through Next Generation People, Platforms, and Programs.
In my new book, “Shaping China’s Global Imagination: Branding Nations at the World Expo,” I explore the idea of nation branding—what it is and how it works—through the instructive case of the Shanghai World Expo. Despite the growing interest in how countries promote their national image, the potential and role of branding in a nation’s communication has often been assumed but not demonstrated.
New Year resolutions are already aplenty, but we at CPD thought you might still be interested in knowing our goals for the year head. As CPD enters its 10th year, our mission remains the same. Our work continues to be guided by a global vision, a drive to integrate research and practice for distinctive social impact, and a commitment to preparing the next generation of public diplomacy leaders and practitioners.