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Ian Thomas, the British Council's Head of Evaluation for the Arts and CPD Research Fellow, 2018-20, discusses the value of arts showcasing to soft power.
Ilan Manor explains how Instagram's visual medium helps convey the U.S. government's key messages against Iran.
As the UK prepares to leave the EU, it should tap into global networks and master new leadership skills, writes VisitBritain's Timothy Jenkins.
What links do citizens draw between products, brands and the nations that design and produce them?
Sonali Singh, Assistant Professor of Political Science at Manipal University Jaipur, reflects on the annual International Day of Yoga and India's soft power.
Berlin has the opportunity to shape civil society in Europe and beyond, write Kimberly Marteau Emerson and Dr. Nina Smidt.
An initiative to strengthen Argentina's electoral process convened politicians, tech executives and scholars.
Does the governor's anti-Trump stance aid California's international strategy?
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