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China vigorously uses educational facilities as instruments of ‘soft power’

In 1990, Harvard Professor Joseph S Nye, called such an approach to building up support as the use of “soft power”. The aim of “soft power” is to create, in another country, a favourable impression of the “power” in question, modifying the impact of military or economic might.

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