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Nye describes “hard power” for military and financial power, and “Soft power” for cultural exchanges with different countries. Soft power avoids the customary foreign policy tools of carrot and stick, looking for rather accomplish impact of building systems, imparting convincing accounts, setting up worldwide guidelines, and drawing on the assets that make a country naturally attractive to the world. Soft power can be wielded not just by states, but also by all performing actor in global legislative issues, for example, a non-governmental organization (NGOs) or worldwide institutions. It is likewise viewed as the “second face of power” that in a hasty manner permits you to acquire the results you need. According to reports, there are some countries that have been using the soft power as a foreign policy tool, such as United States, France, Canada, Australia, Switzerland, Japan, Sweden, the Netherlands and other
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