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Sarah Owen-Vandersluis critically examines approaches to cultural policy within the global economy.
The US government is losing its voice before foreign audiences and needs to get it back. The US Information Agency and international broadcasting efforts, such as the Voice of America, have been neglected since the end of the Cold War.
The Arts Council of Northern Ireland and the British Council have established a North/South Theatre Touring Scheme to facilitate and extend opportunities for theatre companies to tour their productions through Ireland.
The Community Cultural Development Board (CCDB) of the Australia Council has announced a series of international residencies available for young Australian leaders in community cultural development practice.
The gathering of evidence about the impact of the arts has assumed centre-stage in cultural policy. The rise of statistics has paralleled an extension of government control over the arts, and the tendency to value culture for its 'impact' rather than its intrinsic value.