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What is public diplomacy?

Diplomacy is generally associated with secrecy: closed dinners, secret agreements and meetings. But a large part of the diplomatic process is strategically made public. Public diplomacy is a state’s strategy …

What is cultural cooperation?

The term “international cultural cooperation” refers to formalised collaborations that involve cultural actors across national boundaries, and aim at disseminating knowledge, culture, and artworks. The actors involved are many and …

Acknowledgements

We would make a special thanks to the experts who contributed to our course, and provided great insights into the issues we have talked about: Andrew Murray, EUNIC Yudhishthir Raj …

Wrap up of the course

Congratulations for completing this course! Watch this video, where we come back on the key lessons we have learned over the past three weeks. Get extra benefits, upgrade your course …

Manifesta, the European nomadic biennial

Manifesta is an art festival happening every two years in a different European country, and which has a leading impact on the global art world. Through this animation, Monica Sassatelli …

Is there a European soft power?

Yudhishthir Raj Isar, from The American University of Paris, tells us about the European soft power. Share your opinion: What do you think are the main sources of the European …

What is a EUNIC Cluster?

Clusters are the collaboration platforms through which EUNIC members (between 3 and 20) operate together. Clusters can operate nationwide or city-wide. A EUNIC cluster represents the whole of EUNIC and …

The experience of EUNIC

Andrew Murray, director of EUNIC, tells us the challenges of building cooperation between different national cultural institutes.

National Cultural Diplomacies in Europe

The real challenge to the development of a European strategy for international cultural relations lies in the internal diversity of the EU, a quasi-federal entity that brings together a number …