As Poland celebrates 100 years of independence, the British Council publishes a book of essays examining the rich past and important future of the Anglo-Polish relationship.
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Thomas Friedman talks to the Future Leaders Connect programme about how technology is changing the world – and what policymakers should do about it.
How education, culture and social enterprise can improve young people’s resilience to the narratives of violent extremism.
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.
How boosting entrepreneurial skills could help build the resilience of the Middle East and North Africa to radicalisation.
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.
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.