Chinese Cultural Policy and its Application in Afghanistan After 2001

Sat, Mar 13 2021 2:38 PM


In modern international politics, the state’s foreign policy is highly measured by its ability and power to maintain its interests within a remarkably complex and challenging international system. To maintain this successfully, states are very much aware of the role power plays in promoting their image and interests around the globe. However, today’s conventional understanding of power is no longer just a military one, but also a diplomatic one by soft power and culture. China, since the foundation of the People’s Republic of China (PRC), as all rising powers, has also tended to expand its soft power by building friendly relations with many countries around the world, especially developing countries. China’s foreign policy in the region has played a key role in maintaining a good image of China in the public opinion’s mind. China’s non-intervention and its opposition to the use of force have already been a major source of Chinese soft power in the region.


سیاست فرهنگی چین و کاربرد آن در افغانستان بعد از ۲۰۰۱م.pdf