Politics of Soft Power Diplomacy and its Responses Non Traditional Security Issues

Politics of Soft Power Diplomacy and its Responses Non Traditional Security Issues
Author : Dr. samson S. chiru
Publisher : Sankalp Publication
Total Pages : 229
Release :
ISBN 10 : 9789393849571
ISBN 13 : 9393849579
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL


Politics of Soft Power Diplomacy and its Responses Non Traditional Security Issues Volume II is the outcome of Seminar Series at Mt Everest College, Senapati (Manipur) for the past a decade of continual effort, sustained by loving promotion and encouragement received from reputed ICSSR and UGC in granting Seminar grant to me as convener of this series The book covers wide ranges of inclusion and exclusion in accessing mainstream projects and government programmes rolled out from to time to time(the government provisions enshrined for the regional growth i.e., Northeastern region of India, both as hard power and soft power diplomacy) which are dealt and discussed here by different contributors of papers from various academic cross-disciplinary areas. It is felt that Soft Power Diplomacy is very instrumental in shaping the image of a country abroad. Joseph Nye coined the term and domestic policies are as important as foreign policies. Classical Realists too have the similar understanding/view of domestic domain having ramification on foreign policies/national interests for a country.

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