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Seeking the Beijing Consensus in Asia: An Empirical Test of Soft Power
The empirical study of soft power presents a challenge for social scientists. Conventional wisdom asserts that China’s soft power is growing alongside its hard power, but few scholars have been able to demonstrate this phenomenon ...
Preferring Refugees: How German Attitudes Changed During the European Refugee Crisis and Along Historical State Divides
The 2015 refugee crisis brought 1.3 million migrants to Europe; of those, one million sought asylum in Germany, bringing profound social and political repercussions. Germany is now challenged with aiding and integrating ...