People, Places, Power is a podcast hosted by Simon Anholt and Professor Nick Cull of the University of Southern California. Each week, we discuss international relations, foreign policy, public diplomacy and a whole lot of other issues along the way — including, of course, good countries and good leaders.
The Good Country
What’s gone wrong
with the world?
Things seem to be getting worse all the time: climate change, terrorism, pandemics, migration, economic chaos… the list goes on. All these problems have grown too big and too complex for any individual nation to solve. But instead of collaborating, nations spend all their energy and resources competing against each other. This has to change if we want to make the world work. This is why the Good Country exists.
A short introduction to the Good Country philosophyPlay
RT @PublicDiplomacy: How are the international reputations of Denmark, Finland, Norway & Sweden faring? 🎧 In Episode 24 of the podcast Peop…2 hours ago
Conferência Marca Portugal https://t.co/zrClzUYlac via @YouTube (in English) - How Portugal can really count3 days ago
RT @aicep: Como pode Portugal destacar-se no palco internacional? Vários especialistas, incluindo Simon Anholt, autor de livros e índices…3 days ago
RT @pgalums: "I'm going to talk about this pandemic. And how the pandemic might conceivably have saved the world." @SimonAnholt will be s…3 days ago
RT @Brand_SA: Join Mr. Simon Anholt, policy advisor and author, at the 5th Nation Brand Forum, on the 28th of September 2021, and play your…4 days ago
RT @NickCull: This one was especially fun to do with @SimonAnholt - tough implications for untrusted mainstream media and democracy in gene…1 week ago
Does #Brazil do more for its own population or for the rest of the world? And how accurately does the world perceiv… https://t.co/jZuGC4b7xY1 week ago
What is #Russia's true balance sheet for the world? Here are the gaps between what it does for its own people vs. w… https://t.co/ilbQeprC7I1 week ago
The gaps between what #Canada does for its own people vs. what it does for the rest of humanity (Gap 1), and betwee… https://t.co/XmBGuHBVvp1 week ago
In my paper for #UNDP I show the gaps between what countries do for their own people vs. what they do for the rest… https://t.co/O60AQhXrKD1 week ago
In my #undp paper I propose measuring the gaps between each country's domestic development (orange), its contributi… https://t.co/WEmq8KMb0t1 week ago
How should we measure progress towards making the world work better? Please read my new paper published today by… https://t.co/N3daXJ89JS1 week ago
My paper published today by @UNDP proposing a combination of the #goodcountryindex with the @HDRUNDP… https://t.co/hLUUZsjmnx1 week ago