dtinews.vn, April 23, 2019
The Taste of Australia 2019 will be held for the fourth time by the Australian Embassy and Consulate-General in Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Danang and Nha Trang.
The event, led by Taste of Australia Ambassador, Australian celebrity chef Luke Nguyen, will include community BBQs, a twilight cinema event, gala receptions featuring performances by Australian singer Deni Hines, a NOSH Supperclub Dinner prepared by five leading Australian chefs working in Ho Chi Minh City, a public food and wine show, a showcase by Adam Liaw – Masterchef Australia Winner 2010, and the fourth annual Taste of Australia Culinary Competition.
Taste of Australia 2019 will also showcase Australia now ASEAN 2019, the Australian Government’s flagship public diplomacy program. This year, Australia now celebrates the vitality, diversity and capability of youth across Southeast Asia, including in Vietnam.
Australian wine and food journeyAmbassador Craig Chittick said, “Tas..
It might seem somewhat ludicrous to dedicate a blog to the subject of Digital Diplomacy without first offering a definition of the term Digital Diplomacy. However, this is no simple task as there is currently no such definition. While foreign ministries throughout the world have been eager to adopt Digital Diplomacy, each ministry defines and
Ahead of the Activate Johannesburg Summit 2014, Bitange Ndemo, honorary chair, Alliance for Affordable Internet, spoke to us about the impact of the internet on Africa in its first 25 years and what future challenges and opportunities lie ahead for the web. Tell us about your background, and work today? Besides being the honorary chair
The Liechtenstein Institute on Self-Determination has hosted a seminar on Emerging Foreign and Security Dimensions. The seminar discusses emerging security challenges from strategic developments, inter-state and intra-state perspectives, self-determination, climate and environmental issues, to migration and leadership challenges in the region spanning from Vancouver to Vladivostok.
A key feature of the seminar is the participating student fellows, chosen through a competitive application. Student participants were chosen from a variety of departments and programs, bringing their specific academic backgrounds, interdisciplinary methodologies, and professional experiences to bear on key issues related to religion and international politics. EFSD fellows will use their research as a basis for academic publication, future thesis and dissertation work, and have utilized their research through the course of internships at places such as the UN, State Department, ..
Call for PD Magazine Submissions on Ethics in Diplomacy
Feb 17, 2020
Public Diplomacy Magazine is now accepting submissions for its Spring/Summer 2020 issue!
The USC student-run publication's upcoming issue will focus on ethics in diplomacy, especially the role of morality, objectivity and bias in public diplomacy. Public diplomacy scholars, practitioners and enthusiasts are encouraged to submit case studies, working papers, interviews, book reviews, comparative studies, policy analyses and histories of public diplomacy as practiced internationally that are relevant to the theme of ethics in diplomacy.
To be featured, you must submit a manuscript via the online form found on the PD Magazine's website by the deadline: March 12, 2020. The issue will be released May 2020.
12 pt. Arial font, single-spaced, and saved as a Microsoft Word file
Between 500 and 2,000 words.
Do not embed graphics in text
Authors must have legal rights to all..