Nick Cull and Simon Anholt continue their discussion on the 2020 Nation Brands Index results.
Yadira Ixchel Martínez Pantoja explains the public diplomacy impact of British High Commissioner Laura Clarke's activities in New Zealand.
Are Twitter "likes" indicative of meaningful relationships? A new study proposes a new way to measure social media's impact on nation brands.
The first major exhibition of Māori portraits in the United States opens tomorrow, Saturday 9 September, at the de Young Museum in San Francisco. [...] They are a snapshot in time and have huge significance for our cultural identity and heritage. Just as salient today, these portraits help define the modern society of Aotearoa New Zealand. Knowing that these portraits will again forge cross-cultural interactions is a remarkable accomplishment.’
Auckland University of Technology has launched a “first of its kind” Indonesia Centre in a cultural diplomacy initiative. “The centre is an acknowledgement of the strong relationship enjoyed between the government of Indonesia and AUT, and the acknowledgement of both parties to strengthen that relationship,” AUT’s Vice-Chancellor Derek McCormack said.