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by Yasushi Watanabe,David L McConnell

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  • ISBN 0765622483
  • ISBN13 978-0765622488
  • Language English
  • Author Yasushi Watanabe,David L McConnell
  • Publisher Routledge; 1 edition (July 15, 2008)
  • Pages 328
  • Formats txt lrf lrf lit
  • Category Different
  • Subcategory Business and Finance
  • Size ePub 1424 kb
  • Size Fb2 1732 kb
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The term "soft power" describes a country's ability to get what it wants by attracting rather than coercing others - by engaging hearts and minds through cultural and political values and foreign policies that other countries see as legitimate and conducive to their own interests.This book analyzes the soft power assets of the United States and Japan, and how they contributed to one of the most successful, if unlikely, bilateral relationships of the twentieth century. Sponsored by the U.S. Social Science Research Council and the Japan Foundation's Center for Global Partnership, the book brings together anthropologists, political scientists, historians, economists, diplomats, and others to explore the multiple axes of soft power that operate in the U.S.-Japanese relationship, and between the United States and Japan and other regions of the world.The contributors move beyond an "either-or" concept of hard versus soft power to a more dynamic interpretation, and demonstrate the important role of non-state actors in wielding soft power. They show how public diplomacy on both sides of the Pacific - bolstered by less formal influences such as popular cultural icons, product brands, martial arts, baseball, and educational exchanges - has led to a vibrant U.S.-Japanese relationship since World War II despite formidable challenges. Emphasizing the essentially interactive nature of persuasion, the book highlights an approach to soft power that has many implications for the world today.

Yasushi Watanabe, David L McConnell. Emphasizing the essentially interactive nature of persuasion, the book highlights an approach to soft power that has many implications for the world today.

Yasushi Watanabe, David L McConnell. The term "soft power" describes a country's ability to get what it wants by attracting rather than coercing others - by engaging hearts and minds through cultural and political values and foreign policies that other countries see as legitimate and conducive to their own interests.

The term soft power describes a country's ability to get what it wants by attracting rather than coercing others - by engaging hearts and minds through cultural and . by Yasushi Watanabe (Author), David L McConnell (Author).

The term soft power describes a country's ability to get what it wants by attracting rather than coercing others - by engaging hearts and minds through cultural and political values and foreign policies that other countries see as legitimate and conducive to their own interests. This book analyzes the soft power assets of the United States and Japan.

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The term "soft power" describes a country's ability to get what it wants by attracting rather than coercing others .

The term "soft power" describes a country's ability to get what it wants by attracting rather than coercing others - by engaging hearts and minds through cultural and political values and foreign policies that other countries see as legitimate and conducive to their own interests. This book analyzes the soft power assets of the United States and Japan, and how they contributed to one of the most successful, if unlikely, bilateral relationships of the twentieth century.

Soft power has been referred to as a form of national power that is based on ideational and cultural attractiveness, which is. .Watanabe Yasushi and David McConnell, Soft Power Superpowers: Cultural and National Assets of Japan and the United States (New York: .

Soft power has been referred to as a form of national power that is based on ideational and cultural attractiveness, which is intentionally or unintentionally utilized by actors in international. 5. Joshua Kurlantzick, Charm Offensive: How China s Soft Power is Transforming the World (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2007).

Watanabe Yashushi and David L. McConnell, Soft power superpowers: cultural and national assets of Japan and United States. M. E. Sharpe In. 2008, p. 25. Mingjiang Li, Soft power: China’s emerging strategy in international politics

Watanabe Yashushi and David L. Mingjiang Li, Soft power: China’s emerging strategy in international politics. Lanham, 2009, p. 3. Mingjiang Li, Domestic Sources of China’s soft power approach. China security, vol. 5, 2009, p. 37. Byambakhand Luguusharav, Soft power in the context of South Korea. Budapest, 2011, p. 7.

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Yasushi Watanabe (渡辺靖 Watanabe Yasushi) (born 1967) is a full Professor at Keio University in Japan. in Social Anthropology at Harvard University in 1997 with a thesis on "Nurturing A Context: The Logic of Individualism and the Negotiation of the Familial Sphere in the United States

Tom Fletcher British diplomat and former HM Ambassador to Lebanon. It should be a rule of modern diplomacy that a British embassy can never have too many pictures of David Beckham on the wall.

Tom Fletcher British diplomat and former HM Ambassador to Lebanon. Ditto Argentina and Messi, Portugal and Ronaldo. When I was a UK Ambassador, we never missed the chance to fly the largest flag we could find over a Bond car, super yacht, Royal Wedding, iconic brand, Premiership footballer, or visiting celeb. This was not because we were star struck, though perhaps we were a bit. It gave us the best possible platform for our message about Britain’s global role