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Culture, international trade and foreign policy

Volume 7 No 3 / June 18, 200818 June 2008

In this issue: a focus on international trade and foreign policy, including Hill Strategies’ analysis of data from Statistics Canada on international trade in culture goods and services as well as reports on the role of culture in Canadian foreign policy and public diplomacy.

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The Place of Arts and Culture in Canadian Foreign Policy

Arts Research Monitor

This discussion paper, prepared in advance of the November 2007 conference on culture and public diplomacy, provides greater detail than the conference summary document about the nature of public diplomacy, its history, its practice in Europe and Ame… View this resource

The Role of the Arts and Culture in Canadian Public Diplomacy

Arts Research Monitor

This report provides an overview of discussions at a November 2007 conference on culture and public diplomacy. The report states that the “arts and culture play a central role in the diplomatic strategies of numerous countries, which see the presenta… View this resource

Culture Services Trade (2005)

Arts Research Monitor

Statistics Canada provides raw data annually on trade in culture goods and services. The most recent culture services trade tables, providing data from 2005, have been analyzed by Hill Strategies Research for this issue of the Arts Research Monitor…. View this resource

Culture Goods Trade (2006)

Arts Research Monitor

Statistics Canada provides raw data annually on trade in culture goods and services. The most recent culture goods trade tables, providing data from 2006, were released in June 2007. Hill Strategies Research has analyzed this raw data for this issue… View this resource

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