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Learning from Soft Power: A Need for Soft Healing in the 21st Century.
The limitations of direct military intervention—“hard power”—for achieving foreign policy are increasingly highlighted by international events. 146 more words
Writing this essay from the commodity of living in a free country where one can surf the internet in search of any type of information without any restrictions or even more significant, being able to write about anything, no matter it’s political, religious or ideological content is a luxury. 1,920 more words
China has held a lavish parade in Beijing to mark the defeat of Japan in World War Two, showcasing its military might on an unprecedented scale. 502 more words
Joerg Rieger, Globalization and Theology, Abingdon Press, 2010, 63 pp. Link to purchase here.
Joerg Rieger is currently professor of constructive theology at Southern Methodist University, but he will be moving to join the faculty of Vanderbilt University in the fall of 2016 as a professor of constructive theology. 816 more words
The value of ‘soft power’ versus ‘hard power’ is very much flavour of the month and is hotly debated. Below is a BMJ article that utilises the concept of soft power for the healthcare environment. 172 more words