„Većina studija o moći započinje stavom da svi znamo da osetimo šta je moć, ali je teško možemo definisati. Ovaj zbornik ima aplikativnu vrednost i predstavlja veliki doprinos teorijskim shvatanjima pojma moći, jer traganje za tim pojmom u političkim naukama predstavlja sveti gral“, reči su kojima je prof.dr Vukašin Pavlović otvorio promociju zbornika studentskih radovaRead more
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First Online: 15 January 2019Part of the Palgrave Macmillan Series in Global Public Diplomacy [JB emphasis] book series (GPD)
AbstractRecent years have seen growing concerns over the use of propaganda and disinformation by nations such as Russia. Fueled by the phenomenon of echo chambers and filter bubbles, diplomats are increasingly wary of using digital technologies in public diplomacy activities. This chapter reviews the latest studies pertaining to algorithmic filtering on social media sites. Building on this, it then explores how some nations attempt to weaponize filter bubbles so as to spread propaganda and disinformation. Given that the flow of disinformation is not limited to social media, this chapter identifies the tools through which disinformation and propaganda are ..
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New Delhi, Feb. 27: India’s foreign office is going back to school – not to learn new tricks, but to try and ignite allure for diplomacy in young minds at a time a career once among the country’s most coveted is struggling to compete for bright minds with better-paying jobs. The external affairs ministry hasRead more
The concept of Digital Diplomacy (sometimes called Virtual Diplomacy) is fairly new, arguably coming to the forefront of international affairs as a result of the failed Green Revolution in Iran in 2009 where social media played a role, albeit ambiguously in its effect. Then came the Arab Spring and the use of Facebook and otherRead more