Search: China,Soft power (4 materials)

BRICS and the Western-Centric Global Film Industry: Possibilities of the Digital Era

... Netflix than any service from a particular the BRICS country is the massive size of the combined BRICS film market. In 2019, China was the world’s second largest theatrical film market , India — seventh largest, Russia — tenth; combined BRICS film ... ... published upon the results of the BRICS International School Contest for BRICS Young Leaders . 1 . Georgii Paksiutov, "Soft Power and Cultural Capital of Nations: The Case of Film Industry" (In Russ.), World Economy and International Relations,...


CIA National Intelligence Estimates on the Cross-Strait and Sino-Russian Relations

... remain, as underlined by American support for the protests for greater autonomy in Hong Kong (2019), and Washington’s pressure on Beijing with the accusation of the military origins of Covid-19 (2020). In 2020, all US attempts to implement Western Soft Power in China — with the exception of Hong Kong and Macao — have had mixed success. Washington's struggle to establish mutual trust with Beijing is similar to that of Western European countries, and the tormented past and Chinese colonisation by the West ...


Soft Powers” Fighting over Transitional Societies: The Case of Myanmar

... a combination of a paternalist state and Confucian relations between the superior and the subordinate in the private sector. These institutions do not fit well with the democracy the West has been promoting in Myanmar since the 1980s. It means that China’s soft power enhanced by its peacemaking efforts will most likely be capable of turning around the unfinished process of democratization in Myanmar.


Benefactors and Bellicosity: The Need For A New Strategy Among Superpowers

... Currently, the United States maintains a strict hierarchy of power within the international community; however, both Russia and China have made formidable advancements in the projections of their respective power and influence over world affairs. In order ... ... though effective in the short-term in the securing of power and influence, ultimately cannot be sustained simply because all soft power capabilities are lost. The loss of legitimacy and credibility in diplomacy will not allow the powerful state to project ...


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