Diaspora diplomacy or the use of overseas expatriates and populations in the pursuit of diplomatic agendas is of long-standing, but possibly understudied. It has come up frequently when I have been teaching students in the Diplomatic Academy in Yerevan. The Armenian diasporas are an important part of Armenia’s diplomacy. It is undoubtedly true that diasporas
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Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah launched a new site Wednesday morning which citizens can use to send him comments about the government.Image: Brendan Smialowski/Associated Press By Melissa Goldin39 minutes ago Citizens in Saudi Arabia can now voice their opinions about their country via a new website, which promises to be a direct portal to the government.
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Aleksandar Vucic has told Voice of America (VOA) that he was pleased with the results of Monday's UN Security Council session. The session was called to discuss Pristina's decision to start forming an army in Kosovo – a move Serbia strongly opposes. …At: https://www.b92.net
News article, diplomacycamp.org, 08-03-2019; see also “A sneak peak session: Digital Public Diplomacy from Oxford” (25-01-2018) [JB emphasis]
The Hague Digital Diplomacy Camp is organised in cooperation with:Excerpt:
On 7 February 2019, you joined more than 150 diplomats, journalists, NGOs, academics, technologists and entrepreneurs came at the Dutch Embassy in Brussels where you basically organised your own event: Digital Diplomacy Camp 2019! Within the broad theme of the event (the impact of digitalization on diplomacy) you came up with your own sessions and created the entire programme of the day, on the day itself.
We want to once again share with you what you discussed with each other at #DiploCamp by sharing the notes you made. We went through them and cleaned them up (only a little bit – original versions still on the etherpads) and arranged them under general headings for readability. So please have a look at what you produced, re-read the main take-aways, and check out your (P..