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Showtime – Expo 2015, Milan

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This video takes viewers inside the 2015 Milan World Expo, an extravagant feast for the eyes, the palate and the planet.

Women in Public Diplomacy

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The role of women in public diplomacy is sometimes overlooked, but the work inspired and accomplished by women results in widespread impacts.

Meat Your Neighbours

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In India as part of a cultural exchange, Shirzad and three of his countrymen, two chefs and an administrator, are at the ITC Maurya, in Delhi, for a 10-day festival celebrating Afghani cuisine, after which they return with a similarly assembled Indian team to the Inter-Continental in Kabul for a 10-day showcase of Indian food.

Expo Milan 2015: Dialogue Through Food

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The Expo is not only to be experienced, but also remembered. As it is a concentrated temporal social occurrence, the outsized event rivets visitors’ attention and fascination. Transient as the Expo experience is, one’s impression of it can be long-lasting.

Who's Behind The Latest Ethnic Food Trend? Maybe It's A Government

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Over the past decade, the Peruvian government has been making a very deliberate effort to popularize its cuisine worldwide. It's a strategy that a growing number of middle-income countries are adopting as they look to flex their muscles on the international stage. "Think – if you're Peru, Mexico or Korea, you are not going to be major nuclear proliferators," says Johanna Mendelson-Forman, a policy expert on international conflict. "But maybe you can hope to become the world's No. 1 culinary destination."

U.S. Announces Expo Milan 2015 Pavilion

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Mitchell Davis, Executive Vice President of the James Beard Foundation, discusses the intersection of culinary diversity and food security in this video about the USA's pavilion "American Food 2.0" set to debut early next month at the 2015 World Expo in Milan.  

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