External Cultural Relations

10 provocative arguments for the EU's external cultural relations

For More Europe - external cultural relations participation to the EUNIC Culture Plus conference on Culture and Diplomacy (Prague, 19th April 2012), M. Gottfried Wagner, advisor to More Europe presented More Europe and gave "10 provocative arguments for culture in the EU's external relations".

A Cultural Dimension to the EU’s External Policies - from Policy Statements to Practice and Potential

 
2nd part of a preliminary examination to ascertain whether there is sufficient interest in Member States, and if the preconditions exist, for the development of a coherent cultural dimension to EU external policies. It aims at verifying whether the reasonably encouraging findings that emerged from the 1st study were true in practice, by interrogating stakeholders in six diverse EU counties: Denmark, France, Latvia, Poland, Portugal and the UK. source: LabforCulture.org

A Cultural Component as an Integral Part of the EU’s Foreign Policy?

A survey published in 2006 collecting and examining documents on the external cooperation policies of the EU and its Member States with third countries, in the field of culture.

source: LabforCulture.org

Does Europe Need a Foreign Cultural Policy?

A preliminary work by Kathinka Dittrich van Weringh and Ernst Schürmann on the necessity and feasibility of a European foreign policy.
source: LabforCulture.org

Revisiting EU Member States’ international cultural relations

This research was to update a study undertaken by Rod Fisher in 2009 on whether there was evidence of a paradigm shift in European Union Member States' relations with Third countries from traditional cultural diplomacy policies towards more strategically focused international cultural co-operation.

Soft power in Europe’s external relations? External cultural relations!

 
Sometimes paradoxical interventions work better than drugs: say to your best ‘enemy’: "you will fail", and he/she will mobilise all energies. In times of real danger of fragmentation of the Union, it is time to say "we need more Europe" - more mutually responsible commitment, sharing strengths, and jointly fighting the threats and weaknesses. And we need more soft power.

Europe in the world – The role of culture and soft power

Europe is a declining force and other alternative global cultures are on the rise. Meanwhile, terms like "values" and "interests" are entering public policy jargon as the EU looks to leverage its cultural heritage to raise its profile in a changing world. By working together, cultural institutes can help the EU to develop a common external cultural policy, heard participants at a policy dialogue organised by the EPC and More Europe.

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