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The PDcast #4: Is Branding Fascism?

The PDcast #4: Is Branding Fascism?

November 1, 2013 10:00 am by: Category: East Asia, Economic Diplomacy, Europe, Featured, International PR, Nation Branding, North America, Public Diplomacy, The PDcast Comments Off on The PDcast #4: Is Branding Fascism? A+ / A-

Simon Anholt drops a number of provocative ideas at EuroPCom.  Also, should we add “warm power” to the IR lexicon?

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Topic 1: Simon Anholt’s provocative comments at EuroPCom 2013: is branding fascism?

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Topic 2: Is “warm power” a viable concept of op-ed fodder?

Read more:

‘Warm power’ heats up China’s relations with neighboring countries | Global Times, Ling Jun

 

Bonus topic: What American cultural creation should be nominated for the UNESCO List of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity?

Read more:

UNESCO to Add Kimchi-Making to Intangible Heritage List | Chosun Ilbo

UNESCO List of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity

What are your ideas?

 

photo credit: Horizont

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About Michael Ardaiolo

Michael Ardaiolo is currently a student in Syracuse University's Public Diplomacy Master's Program: M.A. in International Relations from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs and M.S. in Public Relations from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications. In addition, he is a recovering record slinger, a Criterion Collection addict, an NBA obsessor, and a struggling student of the Korean language.
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