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Soft Power in India`s Foreign Policy Strategy

Student: Alena Smirnova

Supervisor: Sergey I. Lunev

Faculty: Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs

Educational Programme: International Relations (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2017

The problem of promoting national interests of the country globally has been viewed as one of the most significant issues in political studies. This paper analyses resources for soft power in India, stressing the importance of different factors that contribute to enhancing the country’s status in the field of international relations. The author focuses attention on what constituencies making up soft power of India should be emphasized when strengthening the country’s ability to persuade others by non-coercive methods. To analyze the issue, mixed-methods research design is used.

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