Foreign policy in global information space : actualizing soft power / Alan Chong Chong, Alan

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Chong, Alan
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International relations.; Globalization.; Sociology.
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This book aims to explain how foreign policy can adapt to the challenge of globalization. Two central questions are posed to structure the argument such as: how can foreign policy defend or project statist political communities using soft power within a global information space, and does soft power, when exercised in turn by non-state actors, affect foreign policy by undermining statist community within the same global information space?
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