City & State Diplomacy
February 22, 2022

Announcing a new Task Force on City and State Diplomacy

Announcing a new Task Force on City and State Diplomacy

Truman Center for National Policy (501) (c)(3) is pleased to announce a new Task Force on City and State Diplomacy.

Supported by the Open Society Foundations, this effort will address states, cities and other subnational actors as essential participants in foreign policy.

This Task Force will develop a series of recommendations to broaden diplomatic engagement across America, strengthen ties between the U.S. State Department and U.S. city and state governments, and deepen domestic engagement on transnational issues, including: climate change, migration, and trade. These recommendations will be developed by Task Force members, building on Truman’s foundational work on subnational diplomacy, including the March 2021 report on Transforming State: Pathways to a More Just, Equitable, and Innovative Institution.

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