global

Save the Date: November 12, 2013 Fall Forum

Wednesday, July 31st 2013

Greetings from the Public Diplomacy Council Program Committee. We are pleased to provide update #1 on the Fall Forum. U.S. Public Diplomacy: A Look to the Past, A Look to the Future. November 12, 2013, is the confirmed date of the all-day forum. It will be held in the George C. Marshall Conference Center at the U.S. Department of State.

Read More

One person has commented on this article so far

Debbie Trent is a public diplomacy and international development analyst with a Ph.D. from The George Washington University Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration. Her regional areas of expertise include the Near East, North Africa, South Asia, and Eurasia.

...click authors name for more info

Author: Dr. Deborah Trent

"U.S. Public Diplomacy: A Look to the Past, A Look to the Future"

Wednesday, May 1st 2013

 

It’s a pleasure to begin contributing to the PDC’s web presence. I come to the Council as an independent analyst of PD and international development and 13-year veteran of the former U.S. Information Agency’s Office of Academic Programs.

Read More

One person has commented on this article so far

Debbie Trent is a public diplomacy and international development analyst with a Ph.D. from The George Washington University Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration. Her regional areas of expertise include the Near East, North Africa, South Asia, and Eurasia.

...click authors name for more info

Author: Dr. Deborah Trent

What Happened in Embassy Cairo?

Friday, September 14th 2012

The dust thrown up by the events of September 11 in Egypt and Libya may never completely settle. Issues more important than public diplomacy beg for attention in the Muslim world. But looking at events this week at the U.S. embassy in Cairo, at least a few things seem clear through the public diplomacy lens:

Read More

John H. Trattner

Board Member


A former career Foreign Service officer and press spokesman of the Department of State, Trattner was also a newspaper, newsmagazine, and network radio journalist in the United States and Europe, press secretary to former Senator George Mitchell, vice president of a nonprofit focused on federal government management, head writer for a public affairs firm, and graduate-level teacher at American University. The author of eight books about the jobs and challenges of federal presidential appointees, he currently writes free-lance and composes choral music.

...click authors name for more info

Author: John Trattner

How to Purchase The Last Three Feet: Case Studies in Public Diplomacy

Friday, August 10th 2012

Thanks to some very fast work by our friends at Amazon.com, the Council's new book is already available in both paperback and as an e-book on their website. The book is also available through our printer Create Space on their website and will shortly be available on many international Amazon sites and at quality independent book stores around the U.S.   Now there is no excuse not to buy a copy.  

Read More

KIEHL, WILLIAM P.

...click authors name for more info

Author: Bill Kiehl

The Last Three Feet: Case Studies in Public Diplomacy

Friday, August 3rd 2012

The latest book in the Public Diplomacy Series published by the Public Diplomacy Council is available as an e-book on Kindle and as a paperback directly through the printers now.  It will be available on September 1 on Amazon and at quality independent book stores nationwide. The book will be available on international Amazon and Kindle sites as well.

Here is a sample of the early reviews of the book:

Read More

One person has commented on this article so far

KIEHL, WILLIAM P.

...click authors name for more info

Author: Bill Kiehl

Syndicate content

Stay Connected

Follow the Public Diplomacy Council on Facebook and share your opinion about up-to-date issues with us.