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Title: Russia's New Engineering Policy in Global Politics
Authors: Karpova, Anna Yurievna
Karpov, Dmitriy Andreevich
Kryuchkov, Yuri Yurievich
Keywords: hard power; soft power; smart power; solid power; technology failures; scripts; doctrine; concept; strategy; conflict; Ukraine; Russia; USA; сбои; скрипты; доктрины; концепции; конфликты; Украина; Россия; США; глобальная политика
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Elsevier
Citation: Karpova, Anna Yurievna. Russia's New Engineering Policy in Global Politics [Electronic resource] / A. Yu. Karpova, D. A. Karpov, Yu.Yu. Kryuchkov // Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences . — 2015 . — Vol. 166 : Proceedings of The International Conference on Research Paradigms Transformation in Social Sciences 2014 (RPTSS-2014), 16–18 October 2014, Tomsk, Russia . — [P. 530-535] .
Abstract: In this study, the authors give a definition, basis and description of a new conceptual metaphor “solid power”. The main hypothesis of the authors is based on the fact that the American concepts of soft and smart power allow to build doctrines, strategies and scenarios that support for ideological formation of policy “hard power” veiled under the idea of promoting the “model” of American democracy and the justification of military intervention and economic pressure on other countries, with the voluntary consent / participation of citizens. The United States are rapidly losing their political credibility in the international arena. De facto: the impetus for this was the events in Ukraine, which exposed the weak points in the American law enforcement scenarios. The authors believe that Russia is pursuing a new script, based on “solid power” as a new form of political power, the basis of which is the: dialogue, trust, unity. The authors came to the conclusion that Russia by using such resource as “solid power” is able to withstand “hard power”, that is the power that actually became a legitimate tool of American foreign policy.
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