Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Why Public Diplomacy Matters for Korean Peninsula

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From summit diplomacy to sports diplomacy, the role of public diplomacy [JB emphasis] continues to grow when it comes to security challenges on the Korean Peninsula. In the Western hemisphere, many questions arise: How does the American public view U.S. policy toward North Korea and the core issue of denuclearization? How critical is public diplomacy in dealing with these tensions? What diplomatic options exist for furthering dialogue and rebuilding peace in the region? The USC Center on Public Diplomacy and The International Center will join SGIS in bringing together leading experts in public opinion and public diplomacy for a timely discussion to broaden our understanding of the critical issues in this volatile region. Panlists [JB - sic] : Ira Helfand (Nuclear Weapons Abolition Committee), Emily Setzgar (IU Media School), Mark Minton (SGIS) and Jacob Poushter (Pew Research Center).

Wednesday October 10, 2018 06:00 PM
Wednesday October 10, 2018 07:00 PM
Global and International Studies Building, Shreve Auditorium (GA 0001)
Other Info
Reception immediately following event
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Sponsoring Unit(s)
SGIS, USC Center of Public Diplomacy, The International Center

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