diaspora diplomacy

Diaspora populations have long sent money back to their countries of origin in the form of remittances. Now, a new initiative led by the U.S. Agency for International Development and the Calvert Foundation seeks to tap that capital and put it to work more strategically.

Pointing out that PM Modi has put soft power or public diplomacy to optimal use, Dasgupta said that instances of this are evident from Modi's visit to the US and Australia, when he reached out to the Indian diaspora there by showing the international community the popularity he enjoys among them. 

Abulfas Garayev, Azerbaijani Culture and Tourism Minister has met Eric Adams, Brooklyn Borough President to discuss opportunities for cooperation between the country and the borough.

Organized by the Ministry, the conference aimed at creating awareness and encouraging the officials and staff to participate and inject impetus to the advancement of the country's foreign policy goals and objectives of Ethiopia through the proactive deployment of digital diplomacy.

Miami Chef Douglas Rodriguez is known as the "Godfather of Nuevo Latino Cuisine" for the pan-Latin American style of cooking he helped pioneer. But, as the son of Cuban immigrants, his early cooking education was firmly rooted in the traditions of his parents' homeland.

The mission of American public diplomacy is to support the achievement of U.S. foreign policy goals and objectives ... and influencing foreign public and by expanding and strengthening the relationship between the people and Government of the United States and citizens of the rest of the world, including Somali Diaspora Worldwide.

When I introduced the word Moroccanism to academia, I was thinking of a unifying cultural concept that can bring all the Moroccans together whether they consider themselves African, Amazigh, Arab, Hebrew, Mediterranean or Andalusian.

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