Saturday , July 22 2017

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  • [LISTEN] Public Diplomacy & Counterinsurgency

    [LISTEN] Public Diplomacy & Counterinsurgency

    New research shows that the need for winning hearts and minds during counterinsurgency missions may be overstated.   Dr. Guy Golan and Michael Ardaiolo discuss the effectivene ...

  • PDCast – The Ethics of Immigration

    PDCast – The Ethics of Immigration

    This week's Public Diplomat podcast features a conversation with Joseph H. Carens, Ph.D. Dr. Carens is Professor of Political Science at the University of Toronto. He is the author ...

  • [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 sh ...

  • [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] 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] 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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[LISTEN] U.S. Public Diplomacy Priorities for 2014

[LISTEN] U.S. Public Diplomacy Priorities for 2014

It is a new year for U.S. public diplomacy, meaning it is time to assess the current state and plan for the future.   Dr. Guy Golan and Michael Ardaiolo discuss the top U.S. ...

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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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We’ve Upgraded to Public Diplomacy 2.1, but Does It Matter?

We’ve Upgraded to Public Diplomacy 2.1, but Does It Matter?

After 5 years of public diplomacy 2.0, we have learned many valuable lessons. Yet we still don’t know if it works. The rise of Web 2.0 tools created a new, easy-to-use channel for ...

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[LISTEN] The Last Three Feet Approach

[LISTEN] The Last Three Feet Approach

Despite the size of the organization behind the public diplomacy, the last three feet remain the biggest challenge.   Michael Ardaiolo discusses frontline public diplomacy an ...

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Bottling the Negativity: Fiji Water Brands Fiji

Bottling the Negativity: Fiji Water Brands Fiji

While Fiji Water cannot buy positive press these days, its island-nation namesake still reaps the branding rewards. It seems Fiji Water is never short of a critic. Last month’s Ne ...

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The PDcast #7: Soft Power & Humanitarian Aid

The PDcast #7: Soft Power & Humanitarian Aid

Can soft power politics be teased out of humanitarian aid? And our suggestion for Monocle’s Soft Power Survey 2013. The PDcast is a weekly podcast featuring Julia Watson, Adam Cyr ...

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The PDcast #6: Debating Cultural Diplomacy

The PDcast #6: Debating Cultural Diplomacy

Cultural diplomacy costs a lot, results in few immediate returns and cannot be proven to work. So why invest in it? The PDcast is a weekly podcast featuring Julia Watson, Adam Cyr ...

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21st Century Schoolcraft

21st Century Schoolcraft

The U.S. State Department has embraced both digital diplomacy and cross-border education in its recent EdTech push. Recently, the U.S. Department of State has increased its “engag ...

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