How to represent and promote a stateless nation internationally? In their recent case study on Catalonia published in the Journal of Place Branding and Public Diplomacy, Jordi de San Eugenio Vela and Jordi Xifra take a close look at the nation branding and public diplomacy strategy of the independence-seeking autonomous region of Catalonia (Spain).
We invited the authors to share their key research findings and to reflect on how things have changed since.
- How stateless nations can manage their international relations, example Catalonia;
- How the Catalan government approaches public diplomacy;
- The cultural diplomacy strategy developed by Catalonia and implemented through its pioneering 2010–2015 Foreign Action Plan.
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