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Title: UK, Soft Power and Indo-Pacific
Authors: Maini, Tridivesh Singh
Lingala, Mahitha
Keywords: Soft Power
Issue Date: 2-Mar-2020
Publisher: Modern Diplomacy
Citation: Maini, T.S. and Lingala, M. (March 02, 2020). UK, Soft Power and Indo-Pacific. Modern Diplomacy
Description: When it comes to ‘Soft Power’, UK has a natural advantage over other countries. Key components of UK’s Soft Power include; Historical linkages with different parts of the world, The English language which is truly a global language, The city of London (important from a historical, cultural and financial point of view), it’s higher education system, which is the preferred choice of students from different parts of the world, or large immigrant communities from different parts of the world. A strong illustration of this point is the fact, that in the Portland Top 30 Survey, 2019 UK was ranked at number 2 (France was number 1), with culture, language and engagement being the key factors attracting people.
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