Distinguish, using examples, between 'hard' power and 'soft' power.
1 Hard Power
1.1 The ability of one state to influence another
1.1.1 Military Sticks
1.1.2 Economic Carrots
1.2 North Korea
Developing nuclear weapons programme - knowingly creating a threat to other states, aiming to implament compliance with demands.
1.3 Black Operations of US
covert operations - involves a significant degree of deception, to conceal who is behind it or to make it appear that some other entity is responsible.
More and more are occurring, but public is unaware
1.4 China's military spending
Despite encouragement to work on soft power, the Chinese constantly increase military spending
2 Soft Power
2.1 power of persuasion
2.2 UK arts sector
win trade deals and influence diplomats (Downton Abbey streamed by 1mil Chinese per month)
2.3 Preah Vihear Temple
Dispute began in 2008 between Cambodia and Thailand - declared Cambodian as more religious significance