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The main policy papers presented during the conference Local Actions in a Global Context: ”Paradiplomacy by Subnational Jurisdictions” in Svalbard are collected in this publication.
The authors: Günther Dauwen, Adam Grydehøj, Linda Fabiani, Jordi Solé, Lorena Lopez de Lacalle and Maria Ackrén considered how sub-state jurisdictions (towns, cities, counties, and regions) and other non-state actors use paradiplomacy to seek influence beyond their borders.
As globalisation reduces the ability of national governments to independently implement effective policies, sub-state jurisdictions are finding that sovereignty is no longer essential for entrance to the global stage. Local governments are using paradiplomacy and informal diplomacy to promote their interests internationally in areas like trade, culture, tourism, politics, and environment.
This publication is financially supported by the European Parliam..
César Miguel Rondón in his radio show on “Circuito Éxitos”. Screenshot of the video shared by the radio station. Writer and journalist César Miguel Rondón was prevented from leaving Venezuela, after authorities confiscated his and his family’s passports at Maiquetía’s International Airport Simón Bolívar and declared them invalid. Venezuelan authorities said the passports had been reported as ‘stolen‘ to
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Embassy of Finland, Tokyo
Embassy of Finland in Tokyo promotes bilateral relations between Finland and Japan and guards Finland’s political and economic interests in Japan. Embassy is one of the key actors in carrying out Finland’s public diplomacy [JB emphasis] activities and making Finland better known in the world. The Ambassador leads Team Finland activities in Japan. …
Sunday, March 1st 2015 Over the past several days a debate has raged in the Public Diplomacy Council. What gets such a calm, reserved group so fired up? The question: is there still a use and a utility – in our 21st century environment – for the term “public diplomacy?” As you will see, the
C. Naseer Ahmad, diplomaticourier.com, April 20, 2019
It is easy to define a particular product with a country in simplistic ways: like Swiss cheese with Switzerland, Scotch whisky with Scotland and pure olive oil with Spain, for example. But in today’s world, countries are producing a wide array of products and services that have unique cultural and social characteristics.Presenting the national story or message in a cohesive manner is a challenging task. Switzerland’s most recent ‘Swiss Touch’ campaign is a lesson in effective public and global diplomacy [JB emphasis] . The communications campaign aptly depicts a host of complex and varied topics ranging from drones, 3D printing, performing arts, sports, cyber security. This effort is ‘at the heart of the public diplomacy’ in the U.S., explains Sarah Shafik, project manager of Swiss Touch.Using two identical tables known as the ‘Swiss Touch’ tables as vehicles for discussion, the campaign bodies the ‘duality of contemporary Switzerla..