English in cultural relations

This paper provides an analysis of the factors that facilitate intercultural relations through the English language. 

As modes of communication are affected by digital developments including artificial intelligence, this report argues that having control over all meaning in the English language is nearly impossible. The report acknowledges the potentially dominating power of language but shows how trust and reciprocal cultural relations can still arise when using English.

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