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      Some two decades after 9/11, November’s U.S. presidential election sees two very different visions for the “war on terror.” While terrorism is not the issue it was in 2001, it still has significant potential to influence the campaign in the next two months. The continued scope for politicization of this topic came only when one

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    • Israel and its Image After the 1967 War

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      Even as Israel preserves the geo-strategic strengths of its gains from the Six Day War, the Arabs are disempowered in this Arab-Israeli conflict and the Palestinians are dis-enfranchised, like never before

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    • The Online Diplomat

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      Skip to content Sian MacLeod
      UK Ambassador to Serbia
      Part of Digital Diplomacy FCDO Outreach UK in Serbia
      21st September 2020 Belgrade, Serbia
      The Online Diplomat The Online DiplomatI was recently asked to open a conference on communications. Because of the public health situation the conference was held virtually, that is to say, online.
      It’s a dangerous thing to be an amateur opening a conference of professionals.
      To do so using their own medium was, to use typically British irony, ‘courageous’.
      I realised that I was probably in more need of advice from the experts than they were from me. But as the saying goes, nothing ventured, nothing gained.
      Diplomacy, broadly speaking is about policy, people and places. A diplomat’s life and work is about presenting policy, meeting people and visiting places.
      That’s tricky just now.
      I wouldn’t go as far as a well-known commentator for Carnegie Europe who said that coronavirus had “brought diplomatic activity to a standstill”.
      But there is a qui..

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    • Israel and its Image After the 1967 War 21st September 2020
      Even as Israel preserves the geo-strategic strengths of its gains from the Six Day War, the Arabs are disempowered in this Arab-Israeli conflict and the Palestinians are dis-enfranchised, like never before The post Israel and its Image After the 1967 War appeared on BIDD.
    • The Online Diplomat 21st September 2020
      Skip to content Sian MacLeod UK Ambassador to Serbia Part of Digital Diplomacy FCDO Outreach UK in Serbia 21st September 2020 Belgrade, Serbia The Online Diplomat The Online DiplomatI was recently asked to open a conference on communications. Because of the public health situation the conference was held virtually, that is to say, online. It’s […]

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    • UNIMED Award 2020 for cultural diversity and freedom of artistic expression 22nd September 2020
      77° Venice International Film Festival The international jury of university students who attended the 77° Venice International Film Festival conferred the UNIMED Award 2020 to the movie “Quo Vadis, Aida?” by Jasmila Žbanić, for its artistic value and its ability to depict the current themes of integration and multiculturalism. The Award was created by Miloš […]
    • Israel and its Image After the 1967 War 21st September 2020
      The war of 1967, or the Six Day War as it has come to be known, was a war which came with immense, geo-strategic and political consequences. The Middle East, was the arena where it played out and fifty years later the reverberations continue to be felt in the region and beyond. This is reflected […]

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