Cultural Diplomacy in Europe: Between the Domestic and the International

Cultural Diplomacy in Europe

Between the Domestic and the International
 
Edition number: 1st ed. 2020
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
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Number of Volumes: 1 pieces, Book
 
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ISBN13:9783030215460
ISBN10:3030215466
Binding:Paperback
No. of pages:274 pages
Size:210x148 mm
Weight:454 g
Language:English
Illustrations: 2 Illustrations, black & white; 2 Illustrations, color; 2 Tables, color
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This edited volume explores European cultural diplomacy, a topic of growing interest across the scholarly and applied public policy communities in recent years. The contributions focus on Europe, culture and diplomacy and the way they are interlinked in the contemporary international context. The European Union increasingly resorts to cultural assets and activity for both internal and external purposes, to foster European cohesion and advancing integration, and to mitigate the demise of other foreign policy components, respectively. This calls for an analysis of the strategic role of culture, especially as it relates to the realm of EU external action. The chapters provide a conceptual discussion of culture in international relations and examine how this concept relates to cultural diplomacy and cultural strategy. The authors discuss roles and relationships with the EU?s 2016 Global Strategy and current EU attempts to foster the EU?s political and societal resilience.

Caterina Carta is Associate Professor of International Relations at Université Laval, Quebec City, Canada. She holds a Canada Research Chair in Public Diplomacy.

Richard Higgott is Emeritus Professor of International Political Economy at the University of Warwick, UK, and Research Professor at the Institute for European Studies (IES) and Distinguished Professor of Diplomacy at Vesalius College (VUB), Brussels, Belgium.

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This edited volume explores European cultural diplomacy, a topic of growing interest across the scholarly and applied public policy communities in recent years. The contributions focus on Europe, culture and diplomacy and the way they are interlinked in the contemporary international context. The European Union increasingly resorts to cultural assets and activity for both internal and external purposes, to foster European cohesion and advancing integration, and to mitigate the demise of other foreign policy components, respectively. This calls for an analysis of the strategic role of culture, especially as it relates to the realm of EU external action. The chapters provide a conceptual discussion of culture in international relations and examine how this concept relates to cultural diplomacy and cultural strategy. The authors discuss roles and relationships with the EU?s 2016 Global Strategy and current EU attempts to foster the EU?s political and societal resilience.

Table of Contents:
1.Caterina Carta, Introduction: Cultural Diplomacy in Europe: Between Domestic and International Arenas 

PART I: Setting up the institutional machinery: tuning the different voices of European Cultural Diplomacy 
2.Richard Higgott, ?EU Cultural Diplomacy: A Contextual Analysis of Constraints and Opportunities?
3. Stuart MacDonald and Erik Vlaeminck ? Culture, Language and Strategy: Definitions and   Discourse in the EU?s Strategic framework for Culture in External Relations
4.Caterina Carta and Angel Badillo ? National ways to Cultural Diplomacy in Europe 
5.Riccardo Trobbiani and Lina Kirjazovaite ? ?EU Cultural Relations with the MENA?
6.Silviu Piros and Joachim Koops ? Capacity building in higher education as a catalyst for EU education diplomacy 

PART II: The role of Intra
-European Cultural Diplomacy in the age of populisms
7.Richard Higgott and Virginia Proud
- ??The Populist Nationalist Zeitgeist? and the Limits of European Cultural Diplomacy?
8.Virginia Proud ? Culture Under Populism; a nationalist agenda in an EU context.
9.Caterina Carta and Eleonora Belfiore ??Reaching across the fault lines??: The role of Cultural Diplomacy in post
-Brexit Europe?

PART III: Perspectives on the future 
10.Riccardo Trobbiani and Andrea Pavon
-Guinea ? Navigating Uncertainty: The Future of the EU cultural relations. 
11.Caterina Carta and Richard Higgott
- Conclusion: Considerations on the strategic deployment of culture in Europe and beyond.