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.
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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.
We examine whether hopes for democratic change and a new social contract in the countries affected by the Arab Spring have been crushed – or merely delayed.
A new report suggests the UK must focus on preventing violent extremism in MENA by addressing the economic, social and civic factors that can push young people towards radicalisation.
Professor Kerry Brown explores the changing nature of the opportunities for the UK provided by China’s immense hunger for quality education.
With the recent publication of two new hard-hitting books on the subject of education and Islam, Martin Rose gives his personal response.
As China becomes the biggest economy on Earth, the attraction of the UK’s soft power assets for its people has never been greater.
Thomas Friedman, best-selling author, speaks to Insight about his latest book: ‘Thank You For Being Late’.
A new report looks at the state of British foreign language learning and the priority languages for the UK’s future.