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The PDcast #6: Debating Cultural Diplomacy

The PDcast #6: Debating Cultural Diplomacy

November 15, 2013 10:00 am by: Category: Cultural Diplomacy, Featured, North America, Public Diplomacy, The PDcast Leave a comment A+ / A-

Cultural diplomacy costs a lot, results in few immediate returns and cannot be proven to work. So why invest in it?

The PDcast is a weekly podcast featuring Julia Watson, Adam Cyr and Michael Ardaiolo discussing the trending public diplomacy topics. Subscribe now in iTunes.

The conversation continues using @Public_Diplomat and #PDcast. Send us your questions, comments and suggestions throughout the week, and we will use them for the next show.

Update: After recording the podcast on November 14, it was announced that China increased its humanitarian aid to the Philippines. Read here for the new figures and further context.

 

Topic 1: Debating cultural diplomacy

Read more:

Selling America Abroad | Al Jazeera America

 

Topic 1.5: How does the U.S. losing its UNESCO vote affect its image?

Read more:

Does it matter that the U.S. just lost its vote in UNESCO? | Washington Post, Caitlin Dewey

U.S. Loses Voting Rights at Unesco | New York Times, Alissa J. Rubin

Poverty Point State Historic Site | UNESCO World Heritage Centre

San Antonio Franciscan Missions | UNESCO World Heritage Centre

 

photo credit: University of Arkansas Libraries, Duke Ellington in Kabul, 1963

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About Michael Ardaiolo

Michael Ardaiolo is currently a student in Syracuse University's Public Diplomacy Master's Program: M.A. in International Relations from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs and M.S. in Public Relations from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications. In addition, he is a recovering record slinger, a Criterion Collection addict, an NBA obsessor, and a struggling student of the Korean language.

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