Political scientist Maria Usacheva examines the implementation of instruments of soft power and smart power in Russian and German foreign policy.
Commentary | 16 June 2016
Is Smart Power the New Soft Power? German and Russian Examples
Héloïse Fayet is a research fellow at the Security Studies Center of Ifri (French institute of international relations), where she coordinates the Deterrence and Proliferation research program. Her work focuses on nuclear proliferation in the Middle East, the impact of emerging tech on...
Raquel Jorge-Ricart is a Fulbright Fellow based in Washington, DC (Elliott School of International Affairs, GWU), where she is specializing in technology and digital policy, and its implications on strategic risk management as well as security and foreign policy. Raquel has worked on...
Jay Mens is Executive Director and Recanati-Kaplan Senior Fellow for Applied History at the Cambridge Middle East and North Africa Forum, a think-tank based at the University of Cambridge. Jay is a regular contributor to Al-Arabiya and has written for Foreign Policy, The Spectator, and The...