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Title: The Concept of Soft Power in China's Strategic Discourse
Authors: Wuthnow, Joel
Keywords: China;strategy;poster;wearily;discourse
Date: 2008.06
Issue Date: 2016-11-11 14:09:55 (UTC+8)
Abstract: The evolving discourse on soft poster within China's strategic studies community offers a unique window into Chinese thinking about noncoercive strategy This article provides an initial assessment, of the discourse, covering the conceptualization of soft power development as a key component of China's grand strategy; as well as three particular means through which soft power resources are envisioned as useful its service of larger strategic objectives. These include culture transmission, leadership in the developing world, and reassurance to states that perceive China's rise as a threat. The conclusion critiques the ideas addressed within the discourse, and offers avenues for continued research.
Relation: Issues & Studies,44(2),1-28
Data Type: article
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