Digitalni ratnici islamske državeISIS uputili su upozorenje italijanskoj državi da dolaze da napadnu Rim. Učinili su to na neuobičajen način kroz haštag na Tviteru #We_Are_Coming_O_Rome . #ISIS linked accounts warn, “#ISIS to Rome, God willing”; create hashtags: #We_Are_Coming_O_Rome; pic.twitter.com/VjxSf93oHZ — Rita Katz (@Rita_Katz) February 19, 2015 Analitičari trenutno istražuju da li Rim za islamske teroristeRead more
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 ..
On 3 June 2018, Iran’s religious leader the Ayatollah Ali Khamenei turned to Twitter and vowed to eradicate Israel. The Israeli Embassy in Washington DC replied to the Ayatollah’s threat with a meme from the cult movie Mean Girls asking ‘Why are you so obsessed with me?’. The Israeli meme soon ‘went viral’ and garneredRead more
Kyra Taubel-Bruce, gilmanprogram, February 9, 2019
If you had asked me three years ago what I wanted to be when I grew up, I would have said a journalist. My five-year plan was to graduate, get a job at a local news organization, and to seek the truth and report it.Receiving the Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship changed almost all of that by allowing me to study abroad in the Czech Republic in 2017. I studied mass media, politics, and diplomacy at Charles University in Prague where I learned how to translate my passion for journalism into public diplomacy [JB emphasis] and global communications.In class I studied the impacts of authoritarian regimes and censorship, visited the Radio Free Europe headquarters, met with Czech diplomats, and studied the political history of Central and Eastern Europe. These experiences helped to shape my academic interests, but it was the time I spent studying diplomacy with a former diplomat and at the U.S. Embassy’s American Center that completely reshaped ..
Around election times, monitoring politicians on social media comes to the forefront. We analysed in the past how creating buzz on social has helped or harmed political candidates in the United States, France, and Finland.
This spring, we’ve taken unprecedented effort to capture the entire spectrum of political hopefuls by adding almost 1000 candidates into our election filter. There are party leaders and official party pages, plus virtually everyone with a public page on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram who is running for a seat in the Finnish parliament this spring. (Over 400 candidates have no public pages on social media at all.)
You can find both filters in Trending: Eduskuntavaalit 2019, Eduskuntavaalit Puoluejohtajat 2019.
How to make sense of filters where you’re tracking politicians?
1. Quickly see which politician’s own posts are noticed on social media.
What might be surprising is that it’s not always party leaders who get the most engagement. Social media candidates with..Read more