In the third part of our arts and cultural COVID-19 series, we explore how the arts and cultural sector across the Americas are responding to the pandemic.
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In the second of a series of articles on the international impact of COVID-19 on the arts and cultural sector, we consider the experience in East Asia.
Boys in the UK are under-performing when it comes to learning foreign languages. We look at why this matters, and what can be done to improve it.
The UK has a new government with a new mission: to promote a truly Global Britain. Soft power must play a vital role. But what are the most effective components of soft power?
New research points the way to a greater focus on the international reach of the UK’s nations and regions, and the benefits to them of the UK’s global cultural engagement.
After landmark votes, the links between Ireland and Northern Ireland are in the spotlight. Ciarán Devane introduces a timely book on the ties between Britain and Ireland.
Sonia Boyle was announced as our next representative at the Venice Art Biennale, and we take a look at the UK’s complex but important place in the rich culture of Europe.
40 years after Independence, young Zimbabweans are striving to find their place. They face environmental hardships, a struggling economy, and a challenging political system.
The UK looks forward to a new decade and a post-Brexit future. It should now be ambitious but smart as it thinks about how to conduct itself in the world.
The UK now stands ahead of the US as the world’s most popular destination for overseas students.