Koichi Iwabuchi, a professor of media and cultural studies and director of the Asia Institute at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, has published a new article. His piece, Pop-Culture Diplomacy in Japan: Soft...KEEP READING
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- Study Centers to Help Boost People-to-People Contact - The Express Tribune
- Literary Diplomacy - Daily Times
- Elmwood and Shanghai Students Share Cultures in Diplomacy Project - Pierce County Herald
- Become a Luxembourg Guide for One Day - Luxembourg Times
- Georgetown Musician to Perform With BYSO - Georgetown Wicked Local
- The Expansion of China's Public Diplomacy Toward Pakistan - Modern Diplomacy
- China's Construction Equipment Makers Building a Good Reputation - China Daily
- Extreme Makeover Andanar Leads Meeting for National ‘Branding' - Politiko
- Can South Africa Rebrand Itself? - Daily Maverick
- Nation Branding of Central Asian States - CPD Blog
- 'K-Pop Migrants' Fueling Student Diversity in Korea - The Pie News
- Japan’s Pop Culture and Literature Drive Soft Power - The Japan Times
- Japan, China Vow Sports Cooperation in 1st Cultural Talks in 9 Years - Kyodo News
- Kenya – Overcoming Rivalry and Conflict Through Cultural Diplomacy - Fifth Estate
- France's Cultural Clout Resonates During Macrons' U.S. Trip - NewsOK
- Women Have a Major Role in Solving Conflicts, Say Experts - Khaleej Times
- Wisconsin Cannot Afford for America to Retreat From the World - Post Crescent
- Foreign Influence Taking Over Bosnia and Herzegovina? - Euronews
- Spain, Namibia to Collaborate in the Field of Entrepreneurship - Nambia Economist
- Global Media Flocks to Cover Inter-Korea Summit - Hankyoreh
- North and South Korea Summit Is Short on Details, but Long on Theater - The New York Times
- The Really Dark Side of Facebook - CPD Blog
- EU Envoys Join Palawan Bike Tour - Manila Standard
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