A new British Council report reveals that the phrase ‘special relationship’ means little to Americans – but that they love the UK and its culture.
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This year’s Arab Youth Survey reveals a fascinating picture of the Middle East and North Africa. We discuss its implications.
The Commonwealth is a network connecting many of the fastest growing nations on Earth, with strong ties of culture. Research suggests it will be more not less important in the future.
New British Council research explores the importance of trust to the UK's future prosperity. Alice Campbell-Cree, author of the report, discusses the findings.
The international influence of devolved regions is becoming more significant. New research compares the soft power of small nations.
New evidence suggests that English will continue to be the lingua franca in the EU after Brexit.
Research into the hopes and fears of Kenya’s next generation reveals challenges many African countries face if they are to maximise the opportunities presented by their growing populations.
20 years on from the Good Friday/Belfast Agreement we look at the role of civil society in building trust and reconciliation, and what can be learned for peace processes everywhere.
New research on the challenges faced by young South Africans shows how the UK can assist with – and benefit from – the implications of the country’s unprecedented youth boom.
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.