Conceptions and Misconceptions of Digital Diplomacy

In the introductory chapter to the edited volume on Digital Diplomacy: Theory and Practice that Marcus Holmes and I published four years ago, I asked the question of whether digital technologies could be seen as a harbinger of change...

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The concept of Digital Diplomacy (sometimes called Virtual Diplomacy) is fairly new, arguably coming to the forefront of international affairs as a result of...

Government Public Relations: Public Diplomacy or Propaganda?

When politicians attempt to communicate their views in the public forum, the practice can be seen as a perquisite of the democratic process. This...

Stefano Baldi -Director of Diplomatic Institute at Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Italy-

Stefano Baldi is an Italian diplomat with a lifelong commitment to innovation and creativity applied to diplomatic activities. Now that he is the head...

Unique and Magical: 14 Serbian Landscapes of Outstanding Features

Imagine a place adorned not only with an unforgettable appearance but with unbelievable natural, biological, aesthetic, cultural and historical value? Does such a place...

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Digital Citizenship

Digital citizenship might seem at times an ephemeral, almost narcissistic, aspect of our life. Too often we neglect the rights and responsibilities that our...

Sir Timothy John “Tim” Berners-Lee

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Sir Tim Berners-Lee Berners-Lee in 2012 Born Timothy John Berners-Lee 8 June 1955 (age 58) London, England United Kingdom Residence United Kingdom and United States Nationality British Alma mater The Queen's College, Oxford Occupation Computer scientist Employer World...

Food + Diplomacy = Gastrodiplomacy

By Mary Jo A. Pham Food is the butter to diplomacy’s bread. It is also an incredibly powerful, nonverbal means of communication. Long ago, culinary...

How Egypt switches between hard and soft power

Its obsession with using hard power has led the Egyptian state to believe that it is the only practical tool capable of helping to...

War and Peas: Culinary Conflict Resolution as Citizen Diplomacy

By Sam Chapple-Sokol Food can be used as a tool of public diplomacy, variously known as culinary diplomacy, gastrodiplomacy, and diplomatic gastronomy. It remains a...

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