France tops this year’s Monocle Soft Power Survey, despite experiencing internal turbulence. We look at how internal political upheavals affect the way countries are perceived.
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MPs celebrate schools offering international opportunities for their pupils.
Almost 10% of people in the world are Africans aged under 25. An optimistic and ambitious new generation is looking to overcome some old challenges.
Insight looks at the latest research into the international attractiveness of leading nations, and finds encouraging signs for the UK.
A major new study reveals the different types of value generated by cultural engagement – and the benefits that it can bring to societies under pressure.
Insight examines the case for new, proactive and preventative approaches to international peacebuilding.
A new report and heatmap explores the huge recent growth of soft power activity by Asian nations.
Aspiring young policymakers see the leadership examples of Barack Obama and Nelson Mandela as the kind they most admire, and are most concerned about access to education.
The UK education sector has long been one of the most successful in the world, but new reports highlight the growing challenges it faces.
As violent conflict continues to afflict many parts of the world, the British Council marks the International Day of Peace by launching new research on global attitudes to conflict.