ISSN: 14742756
Online ISSN: 20400578
First published in 2002
2 Issues per volume
Volume 14 Issue 1
Cover Date: March 2016
Contents
Soft power, film culture and the BRICS
Authors:  Paul Cooke 
Page Start: 3
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Brazil, soft power and film culture
Page Start: 17
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Russian ‘Manipulative Smart Power’: Zviagintsev’s Oscar nomination, (non-)government agency and contradictions of the globalized world
Authors:  Vlad Strukov 
Page Start: 31
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Bollywood’s soft power: Branding the nation, sustaining a meta-hegemony
Authors:  Ashvin I. Devasundaram 
Page Start: 51
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Film policy, the Chinese government and soft power
Authors:  Yanling Yang 
Page Start: 71
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Soft power and South African film: Negotiating mutually incompatible agendas?
Authors:  Paul Cooke 
Page Start: 93
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