Yadira Ixchel Martínez Pantoja explains the public diplomacy impact of British High Commissioner Laura Clarke's activities in New Zealand.
Michał Marci Kobierecki looks at Great Britain’s use of sports diplomacy to foster relationships with former colonies.
When Donald J Trump is sworn in on 20 January as the 45th President of the United States, the UK needs to make a choice. Trump’s unique and unpredictable blend of belligerence and isolationism means the US can no longer be relied on to defend the liberal, rules based international order in place since the end of the Second World War. This could mark the end of an era for UK foreign policy.
[T]he modern diplomat must engage with a far wider audience and the advent of the digital age gives him or her the tools to do so. He is also expected to be in the front line when it comes to promoting his country’s business interests, culture and values to audiences young and old, rich and poor, and of all faiths, creeds and sects.