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PDcast #13: The Sochi Olympic Games as Public Diplomacy

PDcast #13: The Sochi Olympic Games as Public Diplomacy

The Olympics are supposed to be the pinnacle of sports diplomacy, but Sochi is presenting a very different reality. The PDcast is a weekly podcast featuring Jennifer Osias, Julia ...

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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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2014 Will Be a Tumultuous Year for Sports Diplomacy

2014 Will Be a Tumultuous Year for Sports Diplomacy

2014 promises two gigantic venues for sports diplomacy. Will it be a landmark year for the field, or a tragic one? The 2014 Winter Olympic games begin in a little less than a mont ...

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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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Big Implications for Little League Diplomacy

Big Implications for Little League Diplomacy

The Little League World Series has evolved into an ideal sports diplomacy vehicle. Other sports should take notice. The Little League World Series is an international baseball tou ...

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Influencing Egypt from the Pitch

Influencing Egypt from the Pitch

Bob Bradley has almost led the Egyptian soccer team to a World Cup berth. Will he influence public opinion as well? American citizen and former United States Men's National Team ( ...

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