Over two thirds of young British adults believe a global outlook is essential, yet many have no foreign languages or international experience.
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London has been called ‘the cultural capital of the world’, and represents a huge soft power asset for the UK. Post-Brexit, it will have to fight hard to maintain this status.
Isabelle Younane considers more pragmatic approaches to the migrations crisis, creating opportunities in host countries rather than leaving millions trapped in camps and reliant on aid.
Martin Rose gives a personal take on the importance of our national tradition of independent organisations, associations, and clubs to the UK’s culture and international influence.
Every year since 2015, Portland Communications releases a list of the world's most influential and attractive countries. Alistair MacDonald talks through this year's results.
Insight talks to RUSI Director-General Karin von Hippel about populism, its causes, and its implications for the world order.
British Council Chief Executive Sir Ciarán Devane introduces the findings of the British Council’s EU-UK Culture and Education Series.
The report from the Edinburgh International Culture Summit explores the vital issues facing today’s cultural sector and policymakers. We examine the arguments.
The British Council and think tank Demos have published a collection of essays which consider the United Kingdom’s identity and identities twenty years’ on from the era of ‘Cool Britannia’.
A new ResPublica report argues that the UK should better harness the soft power of its institutions if is to increase its influence and continue to be a force for good in the world.