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Issue № 63. August 2017

The Currents State of Russian-Chinese Humanitarian Cooperation

Roman S. Polozhevich

Graduate student, School of Public Administration, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russian Federation.
E-mail: roman.polozhevich@gmail.com

In recent years, Russian international relations scholars have devoted much attention to the study of “soft power” phenomenon in the external policy of a modern state. One of the “soft power” aspects, which influences mainly the process of building long-term friendly relations between the general public of the two states, is regular humanitarian contacts which take place on bilateral and multilateral basis in such crucial spheres of cooperation as culture, science and education, healthcare, sports, tourism, youth policy and mass media (ICT). The author of the article analyses the ongoing cooperation in the above-mentioned spheres between the two most influential geopolitical Eurasian actors — the Russian Federation and the People’s Republic of China — and concludes that humanitarian interaction between the two countries is developing in the spirit of “comprehensive partnership and strategic cooperation” as their leaders declared in 2014.

Keywords

Russian-Chinese relations, humanitarian cooperation, public diplomacy, “soft power”.

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