Global Communication Policy Fellow
Nick Cull is professor of Public Diplomacy at USC’s Annenberg School for Communication. Originally from the UK, he is a well-known writer and historian on issues of communication, public engagement and international relations. His books include Public Diplomacy: Global Engagement in the Digital Age (Polity, 2019). He has lectured and/or assisted many foreign ministries, diplomatic academies and cultural diplomacy organizations around the world including those of the US, UK, Canada, Mexico, Japan, South Korea, Netherlands and Switzerland. His current research includes work on projecting human rights, information disarmament and the role of reputation in international security.