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A social experiment in Baghdad

Not many businesses would risk leaving their goods unattended on the street – Well, that’s exactly what one company in Baghdad did…

Ice Pack is a famous Ice Cream and desert parlour which attempted a brave, and very creative, social experiment, to see how many people would pay for their products if they were left unattended for self service in public. 156 more words

Nation Branding

Liberland, the world's newest micro-nation, is already a leader in nation branding

Not a single state has officially recognized the Free Republic of Liberland, the world’s newest self-declared country. But with a bright yellow flag in the ground, the Czech politician and former financial analyst Vít Jedlička staked his claim on a 7-square-kilometer (2.7-square-mile) patch of  973 more words

Branding Bangladesh for Tourism: This Is What I Never Thought

During the weekend, a colleague who is working here in Bangladesh for some time, went to the sea in southeastern Cox’s Bazar with his family. “A great relief after the countrywide blockade and anti-government movement and this is for the first time that I have travelled outside the capital with my family,” as he said. 347 more words

Public Diplomacy


Two days ago, I had the privilege of attending a discourse organised by the Nigerian initiative, Take A Stand 775 more words

Basantapur Grub Trail

Kathmandu is filled with amazing eateries and spots that only locals know. I was craving to go to spots that only the locals of a certain area would know. 641 more words

Nation Branding

Norway's New Engagement Model- A Much Warranted Change

Two weeks ago I published an analysis of the 2015 MFA social network. My analysis found that over the past year Norway’s MFA has become one of the most dominant foreign ministries among its peers. 1,075 more words