• You can’t ask Trump not to use Twitter

    You can’t ask Trump not to use Twitter0

    Oleg Shakirov, expert of the Center for strategic research and Russian International Affairs Council expert, tells PICREADI about digital diplomacy and how social media affects international relations.   Solution Please follow and like us:

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  • Team Finland – network

    Team Finland – network0

    finlandabroad.fi
    image/logo from Embassy of Finland entryExcerpt:
    Embassy of Finland, Tokyo
    Embassy of Finland in Tokyo promotes bilateral relations between Finland and Japan and guards Finland’s political and economic interests in Japan. Embassy is one of the key actors in carrying out Finland’s public diplomacy [JB emphasis] activities and making Finland better known in the world. The Ambassador leads Team Finland activities in Japan. …

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  • Komşu komşunun mutfağına aç!

    Komşu komşunun mutfağına aç!0

    hurriyet.com
    Yakın geçmişin sözlü yasası “Tabağı boş göndermek olmaz”, artık dünyada anlam kazanıyor. 2. Global GastroEkonomi Zirvesi’nde tanıştığımız ‘gastrodiplomasi’ kavramına bu gözle bakmak da mümkün. Kültürlerarası iletişimin yeni aktörlerini uzmanlardan dinledik.
    Klişe ama gerçek: Yemek asla sadece yemek değildir! Üstelik bu, sadece son dönemin hikâyesi değil, kalubeladan beri böyle. Antikçağlardan bugüne fetihler, göçler hatta saraylardaki üst düzey evlilikler yoluyla sürekli evrilen bir alan. Başından beri böyle dedik ama yeme-içmenin giderek daha fazla sektöre el atan bir ahtapot haline geldiğini görmemek de imkânsız. TURYİD’in (Turizm Restoran Yatırımcıları ve Gastronomi İşletmeleri Derneği) ikincisini düzenlediği Global GastroEkonomi Zirvesi, bu yenilikleri masaya yatırmak için ideal platformdu. İşte sunumlarda öne çıkanlar…
    Bir restoran, kültürel elçi olabilir mi?
    Gastrodiplomasi, ülkelerin mutfakları aracılığıyla kültürlerarası iletişime geçmeleri demek. İlk hamle 2002’..

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  • China Challenges US and Allies On All Fronts, Experts Tell Senate

    China Challenges US and Allies On All Fronts, Experts Tell Senate0

    Tommy Sears, theepochtimes.com
    Image from article, with caption: This photo taken on July 1, 2018 shows Chinese paramilitary personnel training in Chenzhou in China's central Hunan province. (-/AFP/Getty Images)
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    The United States must strengthen its military presence in Asia and encourage allies to join it in confronting China economically and militarily as it grows as a competitor and threat to its neighbors and U.S. security interests. This was the message from U.S. senators and China experts appearing before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on March 13. …
    Dr. Oriana Mastro, assistant professor of security studies at Georgetown University, emphasized that China, while building strength militarily, had actually devoted more effort and resources to political and economic tools. She advised “a program of institution building that will shape norms in [the United States’] favor and fill the gaps…that China has been able to exploit.”
    Talent [“Former Senator Jim Talent..

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  • Moscow Expects More Respect From Belarusian Foreign Ministry Spokesman – Karasin

    Moscow Expects More Respect From Belarusian Foreign Ministry Spokesman – Karasin0

    urdupoint.com
    Moscow expects more respect from Belarusian Foreign Ministry spokesman Anatoly Glaz in relation to Russian Ambassador to Minsk Mikhail Babich, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Grigory Karasin told Sputnik on Friday
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    MOSCOW (UrduPoint News / Sputnik – 15th March, 2019) Moscow expects more respect from Belarusian Foreign Ministry spokesman Anatoly Glaz in relation to Russian Ambassador to Minsk Mikhail Babich, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Grigory Karasin told Sputnik on Friday.
    Earlier, Babich gave a big interview to Sputnik, in which he assessed the Belarusian-Russian relations and the work being carried out to determine the development paths for the Russia-Belarus Union State. In response, Glaz recommended Babich to “try to understand the specifics of the host country” and show some respect.
    According to Glaz, “sometimes this style of work gives a much greater result than testing for oneself the role of an adherent of public diplomacy [JB e..

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  • Beata Ociepka, Poland’s New Ways of Public Diplomacy (Studies in Communication and Politics) New Edition

    Beata Ociepka, Poland’s New Ways of Public Diplomacy (Studies in Communication and Politics) New Edition0

    amazon.com

    This book analyzes when and how Poland implemented public diplomacy [JB emphasis] . The author explains it as a form of external political communication of governments conducted in cooperation with non-state actors to position the country internationally. The Polish case illustrates how a mid-size country in Europe attempts to impact the public opinion formation abroad while implementing soft power tools. Since 2004, when Poland joined the EU, the country has used public diplomacy to inform the world about its achievements. Poland’s public diplomacy has been strongly oriented on Europe and shaped by geopolitics. It integrated transmission and network models of communication. The Polish model reflects the relevance of public diplomacy domestic dimension and the focus on foreign politics on memory.
    «The book (…) is the first monograph analyzing contemporary Polish public diplomacy written in English, being at the same time a methodologically sound piece of research, based on ..

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