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The need for professional diplomacy has never been greater, even in an era of softer “cultural diplomacy.”
A decade after “soft power” came to the fore, it is time to assess its effectiveness.
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Has the ubiquitous concept of “soft power” outlived its usefulness in international affairs?
Is “soft power” just a friendlier-sounding way for the United States to dominate the world?
How does the concept of “mental power” provide a useful prism through which to view U.S.-China affairs?