Are you struggling to become popular on Twitter? Do u feel u hardly have any followers?Are you having troubles getting more likes and tweets on your profile? Do you know you can buy followers on Twitter? Oh wait..!! You think the last question was a joke..!! No, it certainly is not! Twitter being the 2nd
The majority of academic articles suggest that MFAs (ministries of foreign affairs) migrated to social media given a desire to converse and shape the opinions of online publics. However, recent studies also suggest that MFAs now use twitter to disseminate and gather information that may be of use to foreign policy makers and analysts. Indeed
Studija ‘’ Twiplomacy 2015 How World Leaders Connect on Twitter ‘’, objavila je podatke o prisustvu i aktivnostima na Tviteru svetskih lidera, Vlada i ministarstava spoljnih poslova. Autor ovog istraživanja je Matthias Lüfkens, iz kompanije Burson-Marsteller. Analizirano je 669 Tviter naloga u 166 zemalja. Obuhvaćeno je 86% svih zemalja ( 193 ) priznatih od Ujedinjenih
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Media Freedom and PD
Jul 30, 2019
Freedom of the media around the world has faced a “downward spiral,” writes this year's “Freedom and the Media” report by watchdog organization Freedom House. From Hungary to Austria to Israel to the United States, government leaders have attempted to manipulate the media environment and vilify journalists—elements of this new, “illiberal toolbox” are symptoms, the report says, of a worldwide decline in democracy.
What does this deteriorating media environment mean for public diplomacy practice?
“Social media are still worth saving,” writes Freedom House Technology and Democracy Research Director Adrian Shahbaz. While the spread of disinformation has created challenges, there is still space for policymakers, technology companies and civil society to come together and bolster the internet as a positive platform for media engagement.
“At a time when the harmful aspects of these platforms are being exposed and debated around the world, the..