New Podcast: Food Diplomacy is Served

How is it that a simple meal can be an act of diplomacy? Can food really be a catalyst for connection and change at an international level? Are acts of culinary diplomacy at the grassroot level truly that important? In this podcast, Jeannette Viens discusses culinary diplomacy and how the stomach is one of the easiest paths to people’s hearts and minds. Sharing examples from across the globe, this episode presents models that can be utilised by individuals, governments, and civil society alike. This podcast showcases the significance of bringing people to the table and how diplomacy can be delicious.

Grassroot Diplomat Talks is the monthly podcast produced by Grassroot Diplomat, discussing the practices of diplomacy and international relations in today's modern world. Further information can be found on:

In case you missed our past podcasts...

  • Episode #1 - Limitations to Joining the Diplomatic Foreign Service
  • Episode #2 - Self Development in Diplomacy and International Relations
  • Episode #3 - Diplomats in the Private Sector
  • Episode #4 - Alternate Routes to Diplomacy
  • Episode #5 - National Versus Ethnic Loyalty in Diplomacy

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