Geoff Heriot's book, International Broadcasting and its Contested Role in Australian Statecraft: Middle Power, Smart Power, showcases impressive intellectual breadth.
Two scholars dive deep into countries' relational power by analyzing such dynamics as power mutuality and power discrepancy.
In the latest Soft Power 30, CPD Faculty Fellow James Pamment writes tit-for-tat does not work with subversive and malicious information.
Which factors determine credibility for U.S. foreign policy? Read this deep dive from Khristo Ayad.
Does "sharp power" fall under the ranks of hard power or soft power, or is it just an "unsmart" mix?
Australia's frequent leadership changes pose challenges to its global standing. All the more reason to make soft power a central element in its foreign policy.
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