So what exactly is Digital diplomacy?
Digital Diplomacy is the use of digital tools by diplomats and by MFA’s (Ministry of foreign affairs) as a new method to conduct their public diplomacy. Digital diplomacy entails the use of digital tools such as social networking; Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Google + and many other various social networking sites (SNS). The move for MFA’s to adopt digital tools happened when digital technologies began to penetrate every aspect of modern day life which of course impacted the political and diplomatic arena. The digital age saw people shift to online platforms as modes of interaction. The traditional forms of how politics was conducted is changing, and Western and European countries moved a huge proportion of their services online. This is when diplomats and MFA’s realized that they needed to interact with foreign publics as well as interact with their own nationals and the diaspora.
Former Mexican Ambassador to the USA, Arturo Sarukhan is said to..READ MORE
Tehran, Feb 12, IRNA – A senior lawmaker pointed to the holding of the so-called Middle East Peace and Security Conference in Poland and the invitation of the United States on February 13 and 14, stressed that the meeting is doomed to failure.
Heshmatullah Falahatpisheh, in an interview with Al- Arabiya network, said, 'Americans in the Security Council and the International Atomic Energy Agency also tried to raise the issue of Iran, but they did not come up with a result and it was a sort of frustration for them”.
He described Instrument for Supporting Trade Exchanges (INSTEX) between Europe and Iran as a good start, but said that this mechanism did not meet Iranian expectations, and pointed to the necessity of its development to return Iran's money and guarantee its sale.
The MP said that in the 1990s, a conspiracy was raised under the name of a critical dialogue between Iran and Europe, and they were constantly criticizing and Iran should respond; now we do not al..
Wednesday, March 6, 2019 • 29 Adar I 5779
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
Chicago Loop Synagogue
How much bias is there in the media against Israel today in the United States and around the world? What does the press get right about Israel?
How does reporting about Israel and the conflict shape global opinion going forward?
Join us as we hear from Alison Pure-Slovin, Director, Midwest Region of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, Moran Birman, Consul for Public Diplomacy [JB emphasis] , Consulate General of Israel to the Midwest, and Steve Dishler, Assistant Vice President, International & Public Affairs for the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago.
$15 cost for a kosher lunch to attend.
To RSVP or for more information, contact the Chicago Loop Synagogue office at (312) 346-7370 or email email@example.com.
Basic Western misconceptions on the Kosovo issue and their corrections 30. During the 1998−1999 Kosovo War, Serb army and police units did not fight only the rebellious Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA), but also carried out programmes of ethnic cleansing and, therefore, the US-led NATO was obliged first to act and then to continue military actionsREAD MORE