soft power 30
How museums in the UK and around the world carry soft power influence by connecting people with art and culture.
On India's soft power assets and the government's way forward in projecting its culture and values internationally.
The UK ranked 2nd in this year's Soft Power 30, but Brexit may change that in coming years.
Amb. Tom Fletcher looks at how soft power resources can contribute to a nation's brand.
Ambassador Tom Fletcher discusses the results of the Soft Power 30 report.
‘Incredible India’ is easier said than done. It’s time the Modi government took concrete steps to harness and exploit our rich heritage...In the new millennium, various governments and leaders including Prime Minister Narendra Modi have talked about India’s soft power. Yet, we have never really harnessed this strength.
In the not-too-distant past, museums and the arts were agents of hard power. Wards initially of royal courts and then nation states, museums were repositories of hard power—safeguarding the spoils of war and human conquest of nature.
Corneliu Bjola on two diverging paths in the digital future of MFAs.