Israel’s online Iron Dome promotes pictures and social media posts that show the Israeli state in a good light, like this pro-Israel supporter in Paris in August 2015…Reuters/Pascal Rossignol Dor Elidan, a polite 16-year-old sporting a short Mohawk, admits that he doesn’t know enough about politics to form an opinion on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
- Public diplomacy
- 31st December 2019
Most-Read Blogs of 2019
Dec 17, 2019
What did the public diplomacy conversation look like in 2019? To ring in 2020, we took a look at your favorite CPD Blog posts for the year:
Cultural Diplomacy: Bridging the Study-Practice Gap
By Lynda Jessup
Jessup announces the North American Cultural Diplomacy Initiative (NACDI)'s new partnership to advance the study of cultural diplomacy.
Cities Will Determine the Future of Diplomacy
By Nina Hachigian
Ambassador Hachigian examines how urban centers can take international relations into their own hands. This piece was originally published by Foreign Policy. Take a look back at this year's second LA Summit on City Diplomacy, produced by CPD in partnership with the Los Angeles Mayor's Office of International Affairs.
Exploring Arts, Evaluation, Soft Power and Cultural Relations
By CPD Research Fellow (2018-2020) Ian Thomas
Thomas, the British Council's Head of Evaluation for the Arts, discusses the value of arts showca..
Higher education is increasingly international in nature. Erasmus+ recognises this in its strong international dimension, which promotes mobility and cooperation between universities in EU Member States and those outside the EU.
What is it?
Higher education is increasingly international in nature. Erasmus+ recognises this in its strong international dimension, which promotes mobility and cooperation between universities in EU Member States and those outside the EU.How is it being done?International cooperation has benefits at home and abroad. In Europe it contributes toEnhancing the overall quality of European education by facilitating peer learning, cooperation and comparison with other education providers worldwide;Boosting innovation and job creation in Europe by attracting internationally mobile students and skilled migrants;Broadening horizons, increasing employability and preparing students to become global citizens;Influencing and engaging new audiences i..
Skip to content Zaneta Trajkoska
Director of the Institute of Communication Studies
Guest blogger for UK in North Macedonia
Part of UK in North Macedonia
13th December 2019 Skopje, North Macedonia
For better environment: Don’t Ignore! React! “All of us should be persistent in our commitment to a cleaner and healthier environment, through self-criticism and timely and rapid response, towards addressing the effects of climate change. As President, I shall commit myself for policies for environmental protection and protection of the national biodiversity, and will support all civic initiatives that promote the public awareness on environment. It is up to us whether we shall live in a clean and healthy environment. That is why I call upon all of you all to join this joint mission and to leave a cleaner and safer country to the future generations in which they will live in.”
This was emphasized by the President of North Macedonia in Skopje, at the November Climate Action Conference: to Pr..
By Theodore C. Bestor Sushi in Tashkent, ramen in Melbourne, tofu everywhere, and edamame coming soon to (or already at) a salad bar near you! Japanese food has been globally appealing for at least a generation. So, why is Japanese cuisine (washoku) now the object of Japan’s gastrodiplomacy? What’s to promote, protect, or prove? Anxiety