communications

Answers to questions from French journalists from TF1 TV channel, by Kremlin.ru
December 7, 2016

As the President-elect wades into foreign policy, criticism of Putin is noticeably absent.

Meeting Incentives, by Altour

A forecast of trends that will shape communications in 2017.

Mobile Phones, by Geralt

The organization has come a long way in terms of digital communications strategy.

This new report explores which world leaders are on Instagram and how they use this social media tool for digital diplomacy. 

Xavier University of Louisiana students with visiting Pakistani journalists during their visit to New Orleans in January 2016.

The media's potential for empowering marginalized communities through public diplomacy.

9-12 March in DC, by Andrew Aliferis

Governor Nikki Haley's speech on race relations may have done more harm than good.

R.S. Zaharna, Photo property of CPD

Encouraging emerging PD scholars, contributing to the CPD Blog, and research for a book on public diplomacy and identity. 

Could a digitally adept nation change the rules of public engagement and become an influence far beyond their physical and financial resources? Why not? For one thing, the digital diplomacy space needs positive presences. In some ways, it has become a slightly moribund arena, with innovation at a premium. It's a digital cliché, of course, but diplomacy needs its disruptors.

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