Reflections on the Theory of Regional Soft Power Problems

Yan YAN

Abstract


This article includes the concept and the elements of regional soft power, then includes the mechanism of the regional soft power. On the basis of this, from regional characteristic culture, government public service ability, human quality and the image of regional point, this paper analyses the way to promote regional soft power, perfect regional soft power theory and promote the long-term development of the region.


Keywords


Regional soft power; Constituent elements; Mechanism

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/4330

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