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The Public Diplomacy Of Federated Entities: Examining The Quebec Model

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This chapter focuses on the public diplomacy of federated entities, and does not elaborate on paradiplomacy or on nationbuilding and branding. In doing so, it is necessary to rely on the more advanced examples in the field and to expand upon them. For this reason, the chapter analyses and evaluates the case of Quebec. This Canadian province seems to be slightly ahead of other federated entities and the Ministry of International Relations of Quebec (MIRQ) can be seen as a source of inspiration. The first part of the chapter sketches an overview of MIRQs public diplomacy and examines potential threats. The second part analyses the Quebec model as a source of inspiration for federated entities and offers forecasts in light of new evolutions in public diplomacy. It should be noted that there are no rigid rules, no onesize-fits-all solutions, and that there are certain limitations to generalizing case study results.

Keywords: federated entities; Ministry of International Relations of Quebec; public diplomacy; Quebec model



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