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:: Volume 2, Issue 2 (9-2022) ::
IPSJ 2022, 2(2): 39-62 Back to browse issues page
Analysis of China's foreign policy in Central Asia Using a soft power approach
Mohamdbagher Mokaramipor , Hadis Bagherinia , Hasan Rahimi roushan , Mehdi Korsand lia chak
Shahed University,Tehran, Iran
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Central Asia is considered a vital region. Recently, China has used the idea of ​​soft power as an important tool in its foreign policy in the region. This article seeks to answer the questions of what is soft power and how has China used it against Central Asian countries? In response to the questions, it has been hypothesized that China has used soft diplomacy as an important tool in foreign policy to create a secure and peaceful environment in the interests of its national interests and to present a favorable image of itself among Central Asian countries. Extensively regulate its energy and limit the dominance of other powerful actors in the region. In this context, this study, using library resources and descriptive-analytical methods, focuses on the argument that soft power can play an important role in shaping China's attractiveness among other countries. To this end, China has used a variety of tools from soft power sources, including Chinese culture, language, art, aid, Chinese trade and investment. China's interest in using soft power stems from its national interests. These national interests include trying to create a peaceful environment for its economic growth, meeting its growing energy needs, and minimizing the influence of other powers, especially the United States and Russia. China has increasingly used cultural diplomacy to make it a key tool in its strategy among Central Asian countries.
Keywords: foreign policy, China, Central Asia, soft power, culture, trade tools.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2022/08/30 | Published: 2022/09/1
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Mokaramipor M, Bagherinia H, rahimi roushan H, Korsand lia chak M. (2022). Analysis of China's foreign policy in Central Asia Using a soft power approach. IPSJ. 2(2), 39-62. doi:10.21859/IPSJ.2.2.39
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