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characteristics of Mode 2. Both cases are strongly based on the New Information and Communication Technologies (NICT). It is concluded that some segments of societies are concerned with the consequences of scientific research and are putting into practice alternative models that confront the current global trend

In: Perspectives on Global Development and Technology
Author: Pierre Pahlavi

, foreign policy, soft power, new information and communication technologies (NICT), strategic communications, public opinions, evaluation. ‘Soft power can have hard effects’. Joseph Nye, in Th e Paradox of American Power. 1 Introduction After a period of budget cutbacks and marginalization following the end

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy