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|Other Titles: ||The Development and Impact of China's Soft Power |
Soft power;Hard power;Confucius institute;TV medium
|Issue Date: ||2013-05-07 14:12:55 (UTC+8)|
The economic rising of China in the 21st century has increased its impact in the world economy. As a result, Chinese military power has also extended its presence in the world, East Asia in particular. Despite of this kind of economic and military clouts, problems around the world needs mutual cooperation among nations. Nations might be forced to change their intentions for the time being by sticks and carrots, but the final peaceful resolution of the disputes should be based upon the mutual trust and understanding through soft power. From 2000 onward, China has adopted the “go out” plan to strengthen its attractions fostered by overseas broadcast of television media and to extend its reach to every corner of the world including Asia, Africa, Europe, Oceania, North America and South America. According to two international opinion polls, peoples in Asia, Africa and Latin America tend to have positive attitudes toward Chinese economic growth and strong military presence. In other word, there exist positive effects of Chinese application of soft power. However, many obstacles remain there while China applies its soft power to influence attitude and behavior of other nations. In accordance with the above-mentioned opinion polls, we could discover that peoples in East Asia and Europe concern much about China’s economic and military expansion and presence, the latter especially.
|Relation: ||全球政治評論, 21, 1-18|
|Data Type: ||article|
|Appears in Collections:||[外交學系] 期刊論文|
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