uscpublicdiplomacy.org Digital Diplomacy Conference #diplocampDutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs 🇳🇱 ✔@DutchMFAOn 7 February 2019, the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs brought together 150 experts on tech, digital and international relations @NLatEU in Brussels. To discuss the challenges, share practical tools and design solutions around digital diplomacy. Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs ✔@DutchMFA Feb 8, 2019 USC Public Diplomacy@PublicDiplomacy#Diplocamp takes off! Which topic piques your interest? From #AI to #ImmersiveStorytelling to #ElectionIntegrity and much, much more, the future of #DigitalDiplomacy is here and we want to explore it all. #DigDiplo #PublicDiplomacy @DutchMFA @USC @USCAnnenberg #ascj #usc #PDWeek Feb 7, 2019 Ziad Ramley ✔@ziadramleyThis was so much fun! Thanks to everyone at #DiploCamp who attended @NLinBEFeb 7, 2019 Vince Gonzales@VgonzalesUSCWhat a great day at the Digital Diplomacy Camp. Thank you to everyone at @PublicDiplomacy and all the particip..
Zvanični Tviter profil ambasade SAD u Srbiji našalio se – mi bismo rekli: vrlo duhovito – sa pisanjem pojedinih dnevnih novina i sajtova o tome da su se diplomate srele sa predsednikom Pokreta slobodnih građana Sergejem Trifunovićem i jednom od organizatorki protesta u Beogradu Jelenom Anasonović. “Шокинг!”, piše na ćirilici, a onda “Procureo tajni dokumentREAD MORE
Professor Vince Gonzales (second from right) presented to participants about telling stories through social media at one of the PD Week workshops that ran from Feb. 4 to 7. (Photo from Twitter) The USC Center on Public Diplomacy and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Netherlands wrapped up programming Thursday for Public Diplomacy WeekREAD MORE
Afkar Abdullah, khaleejtimes.com February 18
Image from article, with caption: Dr Kamel Al Mu'aini, president of the International Institute for Cultural Diplomacy (IIDC)-Photo by M. Sajjad/ Khaleej Times
The conference will focus on how the media affect the cultures of the people.
The International Institute for Cultural Diplomacy announced on February 18 that it will launch its first cultural diplomacy conference on “The Impact of Media on Diplomacy, Security and State Reputation” in AbuDhabi on February 27.
The conference will see the participation of 21 experts in various fields of politics, economy, culture and media, in addition to university professors, ambassadors, public and security experts from 10 Arab and foreign countries around the world to discuss media issues and its role in the current time.
Dr Kamel Al Mu'aini, president of the International Institute for Cultural Diplomacy (IIDC), said that the conference is a platform for discussing the media issues and..
Joel Gehrke, Washington Examiner, February 16, 2019
Yang Jiechi image from Wikipedia
MUNICH — European leaders should disregard “lectures” from Vice President Mike Pence and other U.S. officials about Chinese encroachment into Europe, a top diplomat from the communist nation said Saturday.
Pence — amplifying warnings by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo — told the Munich Security Conference that Huawei, a Chinese multinational telecom company, posed a threat to regional security.
“Chinese law requires them to provide Beijing’s vast security apparatus with access to any data that touches their networks or equipment,” Pence said in his prepared text. “We must protect our critical telecom infrastructure, and the United States is calling on all our security partners to be vigilant and to reject any enterprise that would compromise the integrity of our communications technology or national security systems.”
That prompted a rebuke, during a question-and-answer session, from Yang Jiechi, a top ..
Basic Western misconceptions on the Kosovo issue and their corrections 19. Former Yugoslavia disintegrated because of Slobodan Miloshevic Wrong. His political (sic) manners only provided an excuse to Slovenia and Croatia for leaving Yugoslavia. The real rationale for this understandable decision was to leave the state that was burdened with the time bomb called KosMet,READ MORE
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