PD Talks

Turning the Tide:
How to reverse a negative image
The Case of Greece
Could a country reverse its negative image? What methods does Public Diplomacy apply to promote national image? To what extent do current affairs sway public opinion and how can momentum be harnessed? Has the public image of Greece changed over the past few months? 
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18/06

ATHENS

19:30

CALIFORNIA

09:30

LONDON

17:30

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Turning the Tide:
How to reverse a negative image
The Case of Greece
Could a country reverse its negative image? What methods does Public Diplomacy apply to promote national image? To what extent do current affairs sway public opinion and how can momentum be harnessed? Has the public image of Greece changed over the past few months? 
Read More

Join the Event

18/06

ATHENS

19:30

CALIFORNIA

09:30

LONDON

17:30

Days
hrs
min
sec
Turning the Tide:
How to reverse a negative image
The Case of Greece
Could a country reverse its negative image? What methods does Public Diplomacy apply to promote national image? To what extent do current affairs sway public opinion and how can momentum be harnessed? Has the public image of Greece changed over the past few months? 
Read More

Join the Event

18/06

ATHENS

19:30

CALIFORNIA

09:30

LONDON

17:30

Days
hrs
min
sec

Speakers

Professor of Public Diplomacy

Nicholas J. Cull

Nicholas J. Cull is Professor of Public Diplomacy and Founding Director of the Master’s Program in Public Diplomacy at the University of Southern California, and a CPD Faculty Fellow. His research and teaching focus on the role of public engagement in foreign policy.  
 
An acknowledged pioneer in Public Diplomacy teaching and research and its best-known historian, he is a prolific writer
and has lectured widely around the world, frequently as a guest of diplomatic academies or foreign ministries and public diplomacy agencies.  
Professor of Government at All Souls College, Oxford

Stathis Kalyvas

Professor Stathis Kalyvas is the Gladstone Professor of Government, Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford. He is also a Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford. 
 
Amongst other works, he is the author of The Logic of Violence in Civil War (Cambridge University  Press, 2006), The Rise of Christian Democracy in Europe (Cornell  University Press, 1996), as well as the co-editor of Order, Conflict & Violence (Cambridge University Press, 2008).

Welcome Message

Konstantinos
Vlasis

Deputy Minister for Diaspora Greeks,
Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Opening Remarks by

Constantinos
Alexandris

Secretary General for Public Diplomacy,
Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Moderated by

Renee
Maltezou

Reuters
Correspondent

About the Event

18/06

Turning the Tide:
How to reverse a negative image
The Case of Greece

ATHENS

19:30

CALIFORNIA

09:30

LONDON

17:30

ATHENS

19:30

CALIFORNIA

09:30

LONDON

17:30

Turning the Tide:
How to reverse a negative image
The Case of Greece

Could a country reverse its negative image? What methods does Public Diplomacy apply to promote national image? To what extent do current affairs sway public opinion and how can momentum be harnessed? Has the public image of Greece changed over the past few months? 

Professors Nicholas J. Cull and Stathis Kalyvas will be asked to address these questions -and many more- during our first “Greek PD Talks” (Public Diplomacy Talks).

The Greek PD Talks is a forum inaugurated this year by the General Secretariat for Public Diplomacy of the Greek Foreign Ministry, providing a platform for a vibrant exchange of views and best practices on Public Diplomacy affairs. 

These first PD Talks focus on how to better manage and promote a country’s national image.

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