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International Relations: Politics, Economics, Law

Abstract

The article sets the task of considering public diplomacy as an important component of “soft power”. The author notes that the revitalization of the modern foreign policy of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the adoption of effective measures to better promote national interests in the international and regional arena based on the principles of openness, mutual benefit and pragmatism, actualize the discussion on the formation of new tools for the implementation of long-term goals in this most important sphere and use for this all available potential and resources of the state and society.

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