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Back Issues of PDAA Today

Back issues of PDAA Today, PDAA’s quarterly print newsletter are now online and available for download.

POSTPONED: April 20 Program to Focus on Covering Foreign Affairs in a Changing World

Well known journalists Paul Richter and Karen Tumulty will speak at the April 20, 2020, PDAA lunch on the topic of Covering Foreign Affairs in a Changing World.

Paul Richter is one of two speakers at the April 20 PDAA luncheon.

Richter, who is also the author of a new book, […]

POSTPONED: First Monday Program to Focus on Presenting Public Diplomacy at the National Museum of American Diplomacy

May’s First Monday program on May 4 will feature a panel discussion on the projected presentation of public diplomacy at the National Museum of American Diplomacy (NMAD). The program will take place at the museum, 330 21st Street NW, Washington, DC 20006, beginning at noon.

A panel discussion will feature Deputy Director of […]

POSTPONED: Annual Awards Brunch Set for May 3: Leadership and Results This Year’s Focus

PDAA’s annual awards brunch, an occasion to celebrate excellence and innovation in public diplomacy while enjoying fine cuisine and the company of friends, is scheduled for Sun., May 3, at Washington’s Army and Navy Club at noon.

Natella Svistunova, Public Affairs Officer, Embassy Belmopan, accompanied by Jon Piechowski, Deputy Assistant Secretary […]

DOD and Strategic Communication focus of September Discussion

The US Embassy in Colombo sponsored a workshop for the Sri Lankan military in September 2017. It focused on “structure and purposes of psychological operations, information management, process of psychological operations, target audience analysis, recognition of propaganda and review,” according to a Sri Lankan military website. It was presented by USPACOM.

(Updated 9/12/18) […]