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Commentary: When contemporary art becomes a tool of soft power competition

Commentary: When contemporary art becomes a tool of soft power competition

7/2/2019 1:41:00 AM

Commentary: When contemporary art becomes a tool of soft power competition

The two rising powers in Asia, China and India , are using art as a means to win over investors and the global intelligentsia, says Associate ...

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