Holding the Olympics Games in East Asia has had one small effect on spreading an understanding of global differences in personal name patterns. As East Asians write their name in a different order to us Anglo-Saxons, participant names are being written, for some countries, in the correct order, and with the family name shown in upper case:
It seems however, that this recognition is fairly limited: not all countries have had their personal name patterns recognised. And, with all that money spent, not a sign of a diacritical mark anywhere. A wasted opportunity to be truly global.