Thursday , November 23 2017

Category: Cultural Diplomacy

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  • [LISTEN] Comedy Diplomacy

    [LISTEN] Comedy Diplomacy

    Professor Richard Dubin  and doctoral student Dan Amernick ,both from the S.I. Newhouse School of Syracuse University, discuss with Professor Guy Golan the role of comedy and humor ...

  • [LISTEN] Didgeridoo Diplomacy

    [LISTEN] Didgeridoo Diplomacy

    While the didgeridoo is synonymous with Australia, one citizen diplomat is using the aerophone to teach cultural respect to all people.   Julia Watson and Dr. Guy Golan discus ...

  • [LISTEN] Updating the Ethiopian Narrative

    [LISTEN] Updating the Ethiopian Narrative

    Ethiopia is an emerging country with an active diaspora; now its narrative, stuck in decades past, needs updating.   Michael Ardaiolo and Dr. Guy Golan discuss the need to upd ...

  • [LISTEN] Music Diplomacy in Timbuktu

    [LISTEN] Music Diplomacy in Timbuktu

    Could music reunite a war-torn Mali? “Return to Timbuktu” follows Malian musicians spreading just such a message.   Michael Ardaiolo and Dr. Guy Golan discuss Return to Timbuk ...

PDcast #16: Russia’s New Competitive Identity & Debating Gastrodiplomacy

PDcast #16: Russia’s New Competitive Identity & Debating Gastrodiplomacy

How does Russia’s new identity affect global power dynamics? And, is gastrodiplomacy an effective soft power tool? The PDcast is a weekly podcast featuring Jennifer Osias, Julia W ...

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[LISTEN] On Culinary Diplomacy

[LISTEN] On Culinary Diplomacy

Culinary diplomacy utilizes food as a relationship-builder, but does it meet the standards of new public diplomacy?   Michael Ardaiolo discusses the different facets of culin ...

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American Food 2.0: Culinary Diplomacy at Expo 2015

American Food 2.0: Culinary Diplomacy at Expo 2015

The theme of the 2015 Expo is food. The U.S. needs a culinary diplomacy plan that is both inclusive and exclusive. Next year will bring Expo 2015, which is set to take place in Mi ...

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UNESCO and the U.S. at the Palestinian Impasse

UNESCO and the U.S. at the Palestinian Impasse

Can UNESCO use the boomerang pattern to break its impasse with the U.S. over admitting Palestine as a member state? In October of 2011, the UN agency for Education, Science and Cu ...

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Through a Screen Darkly: America’s Image Abroad

Through a Screen Darkly: America’s Image Abroad

American pop culture pervades the globe, but do these far-flung products actually represent U.S. ideals and values? I spoke with Rosiana Silalahi, then chief editor at SCTV, one o ...

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[LISTEN] A Look at the Center for Sport, Peace, & Society

[LISTEN] A Look at the Center for Sport, Peace, & Society

Utilizing sports diplomacy, the CSPS has received accolades as one of the U.S.’s top public diplomacy initiatives.   Michael Ardaiolo and Adam Cyr discuss the Center for Spor ...

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[LISTEN] Exporting Culture & Its Effect on the U.S.’s Image Abroad

[LISTEN] Exporting Culture & Its Effect on the U.S.’s Image Abroad

American culture has a global reach, but the most far-flung exports represent a fun house-mirror image of the U.S.   Dr. Guy Golan and Michael Ardaiolo discuss the new book,  ...

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[LISTEN] CPD’s Top 10 Public Diplomacy Stories in 2013

[LISTEN] CPD’s Top 10 Public Diplomacy Stories in 2013

Using a mix of data and expert opinion, CPD narrowed down the most important stories to public diplomacy for 2013.   Michael Ardaiolo discusses the USC Center on Public Diplo ...

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[LISTEN] On Fashion Diplomacy

[LISTEN] On Fashion Diplomacy

Fashion greatly affects both identity and perception, making it an especially powerful tool for cultural diplomacy.   Michael Ardaiolo discusses fashion diplomacy and how fas ...

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What’s Black, White & Soft Power All Over?

What’s Black, White & Soft Power All Over?

Let’s just face it: panda diplomacy works. It’s the softest of soft power and China has no qualms exploiting that. Apparently China’s decision to share the adorableness that is th ...

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