“Poredeći naš slučaj sa zemljama u okruženju, možemo se „pohvaliti“ najrazvijenijom botovskom strukturom, i modus operandi naših botova ne nazire se u regionu ni u tragovima. Takođe, moramo biti prezicni i napomenuti da kada kažemo bot u Srbiji, pre svega mislimo na ljude uposlene od strane SNS-a. Iako i druge političke opcije imaju svoje vatrene zagovornike na mrežama, verujemo da su to više aktivisti (posao iz uverenja, politički početnici ili entuzijasti koji dobrovoljno lepe plakate), a mnogo manje botovi (posao sa platom)”
image from Given the immense amount of data found on the Internet via search engines, I am refocusing the goal of PDPBR: no longer a "non-biased" compilation essentially based on how often and where the term "public diplomacy" is cited on the internet, but rather from a selection on my part what is important about public diplomacy today -- a selection based on internet searches (granted, not on often incomprehensible, "theoretical" texts scholarly/academic articles-- quite distant from what U.S. dips do for PD "in the field") that reflects on my diplomatic career in the field and post-retirement publications, as well as teaching (too strong a word) focusing on American public diplomacy. "What is important?" is a question I learned from one of my mentors in Russian history at Princeton grad school, the eminent scholar James H. Billington. Billington image from "Mr. Brown," he asked "what is important about what your dissertation will be about?" (FYI -- the minor unpublished opus turned ..
Ramon T. Tulfo, manilatimes.net, April 16, 2019 Tulfo image from his article MANY companies in China are falling all over one another in a mad scramble to invest in the Philippines, which they see as a potential source of food on the table for its 3.5 billion people, a market for its products and a manufacturing hub. I know whereof I speak. Since I was appointed special envoy to China late last year, I’ve been talking with many prospective investors from the Mainland who want to: – Lease vast farmlands to plant vegetables and tropical fruits for export to China. — Lease thousands of hectares of fishpond, which have not been used or sequestered by the banks for nonpayment of mortgage. — Build or operate fishports complete with ice plants so Chinese vessels could carry the seafood and other aquatic produce to the Mainland fresh. — Buy river sand and gravel, and lahar sand to be used as construction materials. Most of our rivers are silted with sand and gravel which cause flooding during ..
As you can see, E-International Relations has recently had a facelift. Don’t be fooled, however. The update was purely cosmetic but E-IR has committed to continuing its role as a premier outlet of international relations commentary and analysis. Which is why it is confusing they kept me around. I have been a proud contributor toREAD MORE
Done right, athletic diplomacy can be more effective than political outreach. North Korean leader Kim Jong-un (left) meets with former NBA star Dennis Rodman in Pyongyang, North Korea. Photograph from Rodon Sinmun via European Pressphoto Agency Daniel Stone National Geographic Published September 12, 2013 When former NBA player Dennis Rodman returned last week from hisREAD MORE
Digitalizacija odnosa država-građani u Velikoj Britaniji Velika Britanija je ovih dana ponovo okupila najvažnije stratege u oblasti digitalizacije usluga i servisa koje vlada ove zemlje pruža građanima. Predstavila je prvih 5 od 25 planiranih digitalnih servisa, uz procenu da će time već u 2015. god. da uštedi oko 2 milijarde evra svojih poreskih platiša kaoREAD MORE
The so-called ‘Twitter diplomacy’ has become one of the most prominent innovations in foreign policies of the world’s leading countries, political analysts say. Officials have been actively using social networking sites to address millions of people all over the globe. President Vladimir Putin’s Twitter account has more than 120,000 followers. Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev`s blogREAD MORE