Update: Video of the talks at this event are now available.
U.S. gender programs, democratic reform and social change. PDAA lunch program, 1 October 2013. Part 1 on Vimeo.
U.S. gender programs, democratic reform and social change. PDAA lunch program, 1 October 2013. Part 2 on Vimeo.
Carla Koppell, Chief Strategy Officer at the U.S. Agency for International Development, and Sharon Kotok, who served as a Foreign […]
Reports from multi-national opinion surveys on U.S. standing and related issues
Pew Global Attitudes Project: China Seen as Rising Power, but U.S. Viewed More Favorably. Released 18 July 2013
Publics around the world believe the global balance of power is shifting. China’s economic power is on the rise, and many think it will eventually supplant the United States as the world’s dominant superpower.
However, China’s increasing power has not led to more positive […]
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The annual PDAA Awards Dinner offered a chance for old friends and colleagues to reconnect, enjoy a delicious meal, and keep up to date on public diplomacy activities. It also provided a chance to show support for recipients of PDAA’s public diplomacy award, announced at the dinner.
The 2013 dinner was held on Sunday, May 5, at the end of the Foreign Affairs Day weekend, taking place at the China Garden […]
Retired FSIO Allen Hansen’s review of the new book about the last days of USIA by professor Nicholas Cull appears in this month’s issue of Foreign Service Journal, and Hansen offers a preview to PublicDiplomacy.org.
Nicholas J. Cull’s latest book, The Decline and Fall of the United States Information Agency, American Public Diplomacy, 1989-2001 is reviewed in the current (May, 2013) issue of the Foreign Service Journal by Allen C. Hansen. It is a sequel […]
Satu Limaye at PDAA (A. Kotok)
Satu Limaye Ph.D., director of the East West Center in Washington, discussed “America’s Re-Balancing Toward Asia: What It Means for the U.S. and the Region” at the Public Diplomacy Alumni Association luncheon program on April 2, 2013 at DACOR-Bacon House in Washington, D.C.
Dr. Limaye described and provided context for developments surrounding the change in recent U.S. policy direction called the “pivot” or “re-balance” towards Asia, and the […]