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[LISTEN] U.S. Public Diplomacy in a Digital Context

[LISTEN] U.S. Public Diplomacy in a Digital Context

The US Department of State is transitioning into a digital context and public diplomacy is evolving in the process.   Michael Ardaiolo discusses the U.S. public diplomacy's s ...

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[LISTEN] The BBG’s Role in U.S. Public Diplomacy

[LISTEN] The BBG’s Role in U.S. Public Diplomacy

What differentiates U.S. international broadcasters from parallel outlets sponsored by other governments? The BBG.   Michael Ardaiolo and Dr. Guy Golan discuss the Broadcasti ...

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A Look Back at KONY2012: A Divisive Game-Changer

A Look Back at KONY2012: A Divisive Game-Changer

While the KONY2012 campaign is now remembered for controversy, it was also a crucial public diplomacy game-changer. In March 2012, the non-governmental organization Invisible Chil ...

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PDcast #15: Political Ambassadorships & Twiplomacy

PDcast #15: Political Ambassadorships & Twiplomacy

Should we be concerned about the buying of political ambassadorships?  And, is Twiplomacy public diplomacy at all? The PDcast is a weekly podcast featuring Jennifer Osias, Julia W ...

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[LISTEN] Ukraine’s Cold War in the Social Media Age

[LISTEN] Ukraine’s Cold War in the Social Media Age

The tug-of-war for Ukraine’s public is classic Cold War, but today’s landscape for communication is very different.   Dr. Guy Golan and Michael Ardaiolo discuss the role of s ...

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PDcast #11: Diplomacy 3.0 & Modern Art Diplomacy

PDcast #11: Diplomacy 3.0 & Modern Art Diplomacy

Carl Bildt is pushing for diplomacy’s digital evolution; and Hyundai sponsors the Tate Modern to promote S. Korea. The PDcast is a weekly podcast featuring Julia Watson, Adam Cyr  ...

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[LISTEN] The State of Canadian Public Diplomacy

[LISTEN] The State of Canadian Public Diplomacy

In Canada, internal public diplomacy agenda-setting is being overshadowed by economic and social media diplomacies.   Michael Ardaiolo discusses the state of Canadian public ...

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#Euromaidan-2013: A Civil Society Converged Online

#Euromaidan-2013: A Civil Society Converged Online

Euromaidan was the convergence of civil society demands in Kiev, and it was sparked by a single social media post. Throughout the last decade, information communication technologi ...

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Yeni Diplomasi’s Review of Digital Diplomacy in 2013

Yeni Diplomasi’s Review of Digital Diplomacy in 2013

Yeni Diplomasi, a Turkish website that covers all things digital diplomacy, released their review of 2013 last week. Gökhan Yücel and his crew compiled an impressive list of award ...

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PDcast #9: Looking Forward to 2014

PDcast #9: Looking Forward to 2014

We look toward 2014 and discuss our predictions, fears and hopes for the public diplomacy field in the year ahead. The PDcast is a weekly podcast featuring Julia Watson, Adam Cyr  ...

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