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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- Ratan Kaul Ambassador of Public Diplomacy - Daily Excelsior
- Our Honorary Diplomat in Düsseldorf-Mörsenbroich - Handlesblatt
- China’s Language and Cultural Centers are Growing Faster Across Africa Than We Thought - Quartz
- UK's Soft Power at Risk Due to Immigration Policy, Survey Reveals - The Guardian
- First Review of Australia Soft Power Launched - Magnet
- As China and Taiwan Fight, a Tiny Coffee Bean Business Thrives Amid Bitter Political Dispute - Los Angeles Times
- Korean Performers to Further Boost Qatar-Korea Cultural Ties - Gulf Times
- Indian Embassy Brings ‘Sarang’ Cultural Festival to Korea - Korea Herald
- Indian Dance Group to Perform at Hibiscus - Fiji Sun Online
- New Zealand's Pacific Reset: The Case for Cultural Diplomacy - Stuff
- Armenian and American Ambassadors Discuss Cultural Diplomacy - Mirror Spectator
- Minnesota Orchestra Honors Nelson Mandela by Bringing Music to South Africa - NPR
- The 3Ps of Nation Branding III - The Guardian
- Experts Advocate Public-Private Partnerships for Nation Branding - The Guardian
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- Countering Disinformation: The Public Diplomacy Problem of Our Time - CPD Blog
- Intolerance in Hungary: Crafting an Other - CPD Blog
- Aussie Research Helps Highlight Under-Investment in Global Adolescent Health Programs - Xinhua News Agency
- Foreign Aid and Religion in the Pacific - The Interpreter
- Grassroots Diplomacy - U.S. News and World Report
- Diplomacy in the Post-Broadcasting Era - The Interpreter
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