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The CPD Blog is intended to stimulate dialog among scholars and practitioners from around the world in the public diplomacy sphere. The opinions represented here are the authors' own and do not necessarily reflect CPD's views. For blogger guidelines, click here.TREATING FACEBOOK AS A GEOPOLITICAL ACTORMarch 1, 2019 by Shaun Riordan
SHARE TO MOREThe British parliamentarians err by treating Facebook as just a company that needs regulating. SAY IT WITH STATUES: DISINFORMATION AND AUTHORITARIANISMFebruary 28, 2019 by Vivian S. Walker
SHARE TO MOREIn part two of this two-part series, CPD Faculty Fellow Vivian Walker positions Hungary's brick-and-mortar revisionism as classic disinformation.IN DIGITAL DIPLOMACY, HOPE TRAVELS FURTHER THAN HATEFebruary 25, 2019 by Ilan Manor
SHARE TO MOREPositive messaging of diplomacy activities negates the common belief that fear and anger travel faster online. THE REALITIES OF TERRORISM’S RESILIENCEFebruary 22, 2019 by Philip Seib
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In part one of this two-part series, CPD Faculty Fellow Vivian Walker positions Hungary's brick-and-mortar revisionism as classic disinformation.

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