Daniele Carminati

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Daniele Carminati is a lecturer in International Relations at Mahidol University International College and holds a PhD in Asian and International Studies from the City University of Hong Kong. His research interest revolves around the sociocultural, economic, and political implications of globalization in East and Southeast Asia with a particular focus on soft power dynamics.

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The Reinforcing Loop between Digital Nomads and Soft Power

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Netflix as a Global Soft Power Multiplier

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