In the earlier posts (1, 2, 3) in this series, I’ve tried to lay out the foundations for how soft power is discussed today and contrast it with how it […]
In Parts 1 and 2, I talked a little bit about the role soft power serves in the context of international relations (IR), how attempting to redefine it in a useful […]
Back in Part 1, I talked a little bit about the motivations for talking about soft power, how it relates to some of the things I’ve learned from watching (and […]
A while back, I spent some time talking about my love of (and often annoyance with) light novel (LN) adaptations. At that point, there was a slew of excellent LN […]
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Cultural flows between nations are extremely interesting phenomena. They represent the inter-connectedness of our world and the people who inhabit it while also providing alternate channels for nations to exert […]
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