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The third installment of this 5-part series uncovers Russia's national style of science diplomacy. 

Javad Rad of the Payam Nour University of Bojnourd recounts his experience participating in the Arbaeen ceremony in Iraq. 

As the UK moves toward Brexit, Ilan Manor outlines the country's opportunities to leverage digital skills and foster new relationships with Europe. 

On how Kazakhstan has pursued building its relevance and reputation among global audiences.

A fusion concert featuring Pakistani and Jordanian musical artists was the first collaboration of its kind. 

The second installment of this 5-part series uncovers France's national style of science diplomacy. 

Yadira Ixchel Martínez Pantoja, PhD, offers examples from the biotechnology industry. 

Natalia Grincheva of the University of Melbourne discusses her deep mapping tool to measure the soft power of museums. 

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