Cities, museums and soft power / gail Dexter Lord; Ngaire Blankenberg.
Soft power emerged as a concept in the late twentieth century to describe international relations based not on military or economic strength, but on influence. While the resources of "hard power" are tangible-force and finance-soft power resources include ideas, knowledge, values, and cult...
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