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Europe's Foreign Cultural Relations

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CULTURE REPORT Vol. 4 | EUNIC Yearbook 2011

Europe's Foreign Cultural Relations

Editor:
EUNIC, Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen, Robert Bosch Foundation, British Council, Culture Ireland, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation
Authors:
Robert Palmer, Mike Hardy, Yang Lian, Finn...
1. edit. – Stuttgart , 2011. – 208 p.
ISBN: 978-3-921970-92-8
– (Culture Report, EUNIC Yearbook) – 24,0 x 16,7 cm.
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Cultural relations are the glue that holds alliances together. The geopolitics of the 21st century mean we need to see a revival of cultural diplomacy. China and India are already expanding their external cultural policies.

Despite Europe‘s huge cultural diversity, the EU has still not developed an adequate cultural strategy for its foreign policy. The establishment of the European External Action Service (EEAS) provides an opportunity to tighten up and co-ordinate the EU‘s existing cultural foreign policy.
In this edition of the Culture Report, 30 authors from 20 different countries examine what this all means.


CONTENT

Foreword: Sebastian Körber: Crisis and new awakenings

Chapter 1: EXTERNAL PERSPECTIVES
Yang Lian: A Brave New World – Globalisation as Europe’s touchstone
Mai’a K. Davis Cross: All talk and no action
Art at the heart of mainstream entertainment. Interview by Regis Debray with Frédéric Martel
André Azoulay: Seizing the day
Reem Kassem: The cultural revolution
Julie Chénot: A gateway to two worlds
André Lemos: Welcome to the real world
Mahir Namur: A union of double standards
Rajeef Balasubramanyam: Moving the chairs in the global boardroom
Jurko Prochasko: Europe‘s forgotten fringes
Hela Kamarou: Peeking through the open window

Chapter 2: EUROPE IN THE WORLD – THE WORLD IN EUROPE
Robert Palmer: Now is the time
Gerhard Sabathil: Common spaces
Marietje Schaake: A necessity, not a luxury
Gottfried Wagner: Daring the impossible
Steffen Bay Rasmussen: More than just image
Joseph Muscat: Less hysteria, more listening
Mike Hardy: It‘s good to be different
Katherine Watson: Reconciling the irreconcilable
Mary Ann DeVlieg: Seeing the world in a new light
Farid Tabarki and Rindert de Groot: Europe‘s dowry

Chapter 3: A NEW BEGINNING FOR EUROPE – THE EUNIC NETWORK
Horia-Roman Patapievici: Singing in harmony with others
Berthold Franke: No panacea
Delphine Borione: Focusing on its strengths
Finn Andersen and Olaf Gerlach-Hansen: Softly, softly towards a green revolution
Trust: why it matters. A contribution by the British Council

EUNIC Annual Report 2010-11

Finn Andersen, André Azoulay, Rajeev Balasubramanyam, Delphine Borione, Julie Chénot, Mai’a K. Davis Cross, Mary Ann DeVlieg, Berthold Franke, Olaf Gerlach-Hansen, Rindert de Groot, Mike Hardy, Yang Lian, Reem Kassem, Hela Khamarou, André Lemos, Frédéric Martel (Interview), Joseph Muscat, Mahir Namur, Robert Palmer, Horia-Roman Patapievici, Jurko Prochasko, Steffen Bay Rasmussen, Gerhard Sabathil, Marietje Schaake, Farid Tabarki, Katherine Watson, Gottfried Wagner

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