Back Issues of PDAA Today

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

Fulbright At 75 – Future Challenges and Opportunities

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The Public Diplomacy Association of America celebrated the 75th anniversary of the founding of the Fulbright Program at a luncheon discussion on September 13, 2021. Five speakers presented their experiences with America’s premier academic exchange […]

May 13 Ceremony Honoring 2021 Awards for Achievement in Public Diplomacy

You can watch the recording of the Zoom program here.

Each year the Public Diplomacy Association of America bestows awards for outstanding public diplomacy initiatives in cooperation with the U.S. Department of State. These awards remind us that public diplomacy can undermine a repressive regime’s determination to cut off communication, swamp truth with propaganda, […]

Recent Public Diplomacy Programs

PDAA, the Public Diplomacy Council, and the USC Annenberg Center on Communication Leadership and Policy have recently hosted the following programs that are available for watching; all programs were provided via Zoom.

Michael McCarry, Kate Eltrich, and Michele Wymer

March 1, 2021 – Public Diplomacy in the New Congress Kate Eltrich and Michele […]

Understanding the 2020 Presidential Election: Implications for U.S. Public Diplomacy

PDAA sponsored its traditional post-election program on November 16, 2020. This year’s program was held via Zoom and cosponsored by PDC and USC. The event was moderated by former PDAA President Michael Schneider and featured comments by Michael Gerson and Michael McCurry.

To watch a replay of the program, go to the PDAA […]

PDAA to Cosponsor Program on “Making the Hard Case for Soft Power”

The Public Diplomacy Association of America (PDAA) is cosponsoring with the American University School of International Service and others a program on Mon., Feb. 25, 2019, at 5:30 p.m. on “Making the Hard Case for Soft Power.” Details and RSVP:

Cultural Diplomacy: DC’s Art Museum of the Americas

By Mary Jeffers

“Heroes and Artists Come to the Pan American Union to be Consecrated, 1962” by Nicaraguan artist Asilia Guillen

At the edge of the National Mall, hardly more than a stone’s throw from the Department of State, is the Art Museum of the Americas, one of the world’s leading collections of modern […]