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Governments and Soft Power: Their Creative Approaches
This week’s PD News headlines focused on governments’ creative approaches to maximize soft power. Morocco is using investments, religion, and culture to boost stability in the Sahel and Africa, while India’s Prime Minister Modi's trip to Europe successfully strengthened its bilateral relations. Other headlines looked at the Ethiopian minister chosen as the first African to lead the World Health Organization, China’s growing global influence, and Estonia’s use of tourism brochures in nation branding.
- Morocco Efficiently Uses Soft Power to Expand Footprint in Africa – The New Indian Express
- Modi's Charm Diplomacy – Daily News and Analysis
- Is China Becoming the World's Most Likeable Superpower? – The Atlantic
- Estonia's Non-Traditional Way for Nation Branding – Transition Online
- Ethiopian Minister Is the First African to Head WHO – Brand South Africa
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