The growing economic and diplomatic power of Indonesia has largely maintained its diverse, tolerant culture. We examine research suggesting that the UK could benefit from closer ties.
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New research from Turkey shows worrying levels of distrust towards the UK and EU, but a hunger for education which suggests an opportunity for improving relations.
With power diffusing away from states, some have described a growing ‘diplomatic deficit’. But there are opportunities for countries willing to reach out to and with non-state actors.
A literature review on Soft Power, Cultural Relations, and Cultural and Public Diplomacy explores the meanings of terms which are often confused by looking at their history and practice.
Britain and Germany are linked by strong ties of culture and friendship. These ties will continue to flourish after Brexit. A book of essays for the UK/Germany 2018 Season explains why.
Insight gives an overview of recent research on the potential future of international education in Scotland.
How boosting entrepreneurial skills could help build the resilience of the Middle East and North Africa to radicalisation.
Research from KCL into the use of art in UN diplomacy raises interesting questions about the efficacy of culture as an instrument of soft power.
As Coventry is awarded the title of UK City of Culture, but the UK is barred from providing future EU Capitals of Culture, we examine the growing international diplomatic reach of cities.
The 100 years since the Revolution have seen tense relations between Russia and the UK. But culture has always provided a vital point of contact.