The Study of Soviet Cultural Diplomacy: Some Possibilities of Political Science
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The Study of Soviet Cultural Diplomacy: Some Possibilities of Political Science
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S207987840001726-7-1
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10.18254/S0001726-7-1
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The paper analyzes the opportunities to use political science’s theories to study Soviet cultural diplomacy. The paper covers a period of the Cold War (1945—1989). The theoretical foundation of the research is a theory of power. Following ideas of the essence and structure of power are based on important theories of soft power, public and cultural diplomacy. Finally, authors combines important theoretical constructions and evidences of specifics of Soviet cultural diplomacy.
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politics, power, soft power, public diplomacy, cultural diplomacy, Cold war, USSR
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25.10.2016
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31.01.2017
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