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People, Places, Power - Episode 2: Brexit Britain
Note from the CPD Blog Manager: This post features the podcast People, Places, Power co-hosted by CPD Faculty Fellow Nicholas J. Cull and Good Country Index founder Simon Anholt. The podcast is produced by USC Master of Public Diplomacy student Anna Podkowski and features Cull and Anholt in weekly discussion on international reputation, foreign policy and related issues along the way. Future episodes will cover the EU, cities, mega-events, the role of monarchy and more.
Previously: Episode 1: Biden's America.
Episode 2: Brexit Britain
This episode examines the predicament of Britain following its departure from the European Union. Issues include the absence of a Brexit dip in key polls and Britain's soft power strategy for retaining its global position.
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