Twitter Media has published an interesting guide with best practices, resources, and success stories on how to use Twitter in government, diplomacy, and foreign policy. Title “Twitter for Government,” the guide features ideas on how to engage followers, promote content, nurturing a conversation, use Twitter for live chats, and much more. It also offers aREAD MORE
The result is a success for all @DigitalKosovo partners, including @NorwayMFA @foreignoffice and @ksBritish. here is the article by the New york Times on Kosovo’s #digitaldiplomacy strategy and the recent successes: http://www.nytimes.com/2013/12/13/world/europe/kosovo-seeking-recognition-follows-the-crowd-to-facebook-social-media.html?_r=0 Please follow and like us:READ MORE
On Wednesday, We Are Social Singapore released its 2014 Social, Digital & Mobile Around The World report, which offers key statistics, data and behavioural indicators for social, digital and mobile channels around the world. There are currently 2.4+ billion Internet users (35% of the world’s population), among whom 1.8+ billion are active. The most connectedREAD MORE
Thanks to DIG IN DIP and Sharon Singer http://digindip.com/2013/03/31/5-things-diplomats-should-avoid-on-facebook/#! March 31, 2013 Successful diplomats often become mini celebrities in the communities they serve. In addition to promoting their country’s interests and conducting diplomatic efforts using social media platforms, diplomats, being human, have their own personal Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram accounts. Senior diplomats often have aREAD MORE
Diplomatic Correspondent, banglanews24.com, 2019-03-01
Image from article: Foreign Affairs Minister Dr. A.K. Abdul Momen
DHAKA: Foreign Affairs Minister Dr. A.K. Abdul Momen directed Bangladeshi ambassadors appointed abroad to give an outline of trade and investment the respective countries could make in the next three years.
Prioritizing economic diplomacy on the agenda, the minister sent a letter to all consulate chiefs working abroad, according to a release issued by Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Friday (March 1).
Bangladeshi expatriates are also encouraged to contribute to country’s economy as the country emphasizes on implementation of public diplomacy [JB emphasis], the release said.
Dr. A.K. Abdul Momen urged them for positive branding of Bangladesh in the way of focusing on country’s custom, culture, and heritage in various languages alongside Bangla and English.
Dr. A.K. Abdul Momen said active initiatives taken by the embassies are needed to implant electoral manifesto of cu..
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All but Six U.S. States Have at Least One Confucius Institute on University Campusesimage (not from article) from
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Following an eight-month long investigation, today U.S. Senators Rob Portman (R-OH) and Tom Carper (D-DE), the Chairman and Ranking Member of the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations (PSI), unveiled a new bipartisan report that details the lack of transparency in how American colleges and universities manage Confucius Institutes—which are located at more than 100 American colleges and universities and have received more than $150 million in support from the Chinese government.
These Confucius Institutes are controlled, funded and mostly staffed by the Chinese government. The report also details China’s one-sided treatment of U.S. schools and key State Department programs in China, and documents the lack of oversight by the Departments of State and Education of U.S. Confucius Institutes.