Diana Ingenhoff and Alexander Buhmann are two of four co-editors of Bridging Disciplinary Perspectives of Country Image Reputation, Brand, and Identity.
On the conflict between Australia's image abroad and the reality of the aboriginal communities on the ground.
Paweł Surowiec unpacks the role of soft power statecraft amidst Poland's recent legislation about WWII narratives.
The country's first Olympic medal was a victory for the nation, both at home and abroad.
The Martyr’s Epic is now among many other treasures in the collection of the Barjeel Art Foundation, a museum established in 2010 in the United Arab Emirates to house the art collection of Sultan Sooud Al-Qassemi. [...] Although the Barjeel Art Foundation collection is identified as Arab art, the term “Arab” is a broad one, comprising peoples of numerous nations, including Algeria, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, and Sudan, among others.