The President, Secretary of State, the Congress, and the American public merit informed, serious, and timely appraisals and recommendations of government activities that intend to understand, inform, and influence global audiences. The ACPD will provide frequent and in-depth information to better serve and empower those that formulate, authorize, fund, and engage in these activities.

2018

2018 Comprehensive Annual Report on Public Diplomacy and International Broadcasting

Optimizing Engagement: Research, Evaluation, and Learning in Public Diplomacy

2017

2017 Comprehensive Annual Report on Public Diplomacy and International Broadcasting

Can Public Diplomacy Survive The Internet?

Other Years’ Reports

1991 Public Diplomacy In The Soviet Union And The Republics

1990 Public Diplomacy In A New Europe

1987 Public Diplomacy In The Information Age

1987 Public Diplomacy In The Information Age Agenda

1986 Soviet Advocacy And The U.S. Media

1986 Advisory Commission Annual Report

1985 Advisory Commission Annual Report

1983 Advisory Commission Annual Report

1980 International Communications Agency Report

Archives

Archived Reports: Nearly all of ACPD’s reports since 1949.

U.S. Department of State

The Lessons of 1989: Freedom and Our Future