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Call for Papers Journal of Contemporary Eastern Asia (JCEA), Vol. 19, No 1 – Summer 2020 The Digitalization of Diplomacy in South-East Asia: A Special Issue Invited editors: Ilan Manor, University of Oxford (firstname.lastname@example.org) Craig Hayden, Marine Corps University Hyunjin Seo, University of Kansas In recent years scholars have paid growing attention to the digitalization of diplomacy. Studies have examined the use of digital platfroms and digital technologies in the realms of public diplomacy, consular diplomacy, multi-lateral negotiations and security negotiations. However, the current digital diplomacy research corpus suffers from three limitations. First, the majority of digital diplomacy studies have analyzed how diplomats use digital technologies as opposed to why these have been so eagerly adopted by diplomatic institutions. Subsequently, few studies have offered a broad theoretical prism through which the digitalization of diplomacy may be conceptualized and investiga..
Over the last few years, Chinese state media organs have accelerated a campaign to leverage U.S. social media platforms – namely, Twitter – to promote the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) narrative on several issues.
Skip to content Christopher Pincher Minister of State (Minister for Europe and the Americas) 22nd August 2019 London Travelling to the EU or live there? Get ready for Brexit The UK is leaving the EU on 31 October and we are making all necessary preparations to ensure we are ready. This includes making sure UK travellers to the EU and UK nationals living in the EU are prepared. If this is you – or you have friends and family involved – then please read on… UK travellers to the EUEurope is our most popular travel destination with around 60 million visits to the EU every year. Once we leave, people need to be ready to travel to the EU after Brexit by doing 4 things: checking passports (if you have less than 6 months left)getting travel insurance – make sure you’re coveredchecking driving permits (you may need extra documents)making sure your pet can travel (allow 4 months to arrange).For more information visit our journey planner. UK nationals living in the EUThere are more than one mill..
Skip to content Matt Field British Ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina 22nd August 2019 Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina Creativity – It’s Good Business This week, like many others, I have been enjoying the Sarajevo Film Festival (SFF). I feel particularly lucky that my first as UK Ambassador was the 25th SFF (I will admit to having sneaked in unofficially last year, just before I began my mandate). I am still star struck after seeing two of my favourite directors on stage to receive their ‘hearts’, Iñárritu and Pawlikowski, and a masterclass from Tim Roth. As usual, the festival has brought together a wide-reaching and exciting programme, which challenges as much as it inspires. As critic Roger Ebert put it, a film is a machine for generating empathy, and this year I have been transported to lives in a neglected French suburb, a rich Korean home, a Bosnian mahala, a US gospel concert, and many more places. Documentaries always have a special place for me, including this year’s bril..
Ministarstvo odbrane Rusije namerava da napravi sopstveni filmski studio na parku „Patriot“, u kojem je upravo završen Međunarodni vojno-tehnički forum „Armija 2019“. Kako se očekuje, posebna pažnja će biti posvećena snimanju blokbastera. Ministar odbrane Rusije Sergej Šojgu izrazio je u intervjuu televiziji „Zvezda“ razočarenje u domaću kinematografiju. Po njegovom mišljenju, jako slabo se prate savremeniREAD MORE
“ambassadors of the Internet”, says Jovan Kurbalija (55) in Geneva is called. In 1992, the native Serb invented the “digital diplomacy”. What is the be, Mr Kurbalija is? “What do you do in the Morning after Waking up first?” back he asks and answers the question himself: “you grab your phone and check the newsREAD MORE
Israel’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) is crying out for change more than ever before. The decade-long tenure of Benjamin Netanyahu as prime minister has plunged this key government agency, tasked with managing and carrying out Israel’s foreign affairs, to unprecedented lows. In many respects, the MFA iREAD MORE
In 2015 Dr. Elad Segev and I examined the Selfie Diplomacy of the US State Department. We defined selfie diplomacy as the use of social media sites to proactively manage a nation’s image. In this sense, selfie diplomacy is akin to nation branding campaigns in which a nation’s image can be created, monitored and evaluated so as to enhance a nation’s attractiveness among a foreign audience. Yet selfie diplomacy also differs from nation branding as it overcomes the limitations of traditional branding campaigns.
The first limitation of nation branding campaigns is their inability to react to changes in the media’s depiction of a given nation. This is because nation branding campaigns consist of pre-authored messages and narratives. Yet political crises, wars, contentious foreign policies and the actions of national leaders can all influence the media’s depiction of a nation rendering its branding activities meaningless. The greater the gap between a nation’s identity claims, and the media..READ MORE
The attack on Knin, 23 years ago, in the dawn of 4 August 1995, marked the beginning of the long prepared exodus of Serbs from Krajina. In the military-police operation of the Croatian “Storm” units, systematic crimes were committed against civilian population of Serb ethnicity and their property. In few days, around 250,000 people wereREAD MORE
The Ambassadors Conference, organized annually by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs since 2008, will be held this year on Aug. 3-9 in Ankara and Samsun with the participation of Turkish ambassadors serving at home and abroad. The 11th Ambassadors Conference will convene under the theme of “Robust Diplomacy: Active on the Ground and at theREAD MORE