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On 22 January 2019, NATO and Morocco organized a joint public diplomacy [JB emphasis] event in Rabat, Morocco to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Mediterranean Dialogue and NATO-Morocco cooperation.
The opening ceremony was attended by the Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of Morocco, Mr Nasser Bourita, the NATO Assistant Secretary General for Political Affairs and Security Policy, Ambassador Alejandro Alvargonzález, and the Minister Delegate in Charge of the Administration of Defence, Mr Abdellatif Loudiyi.
In their opening statements, both Minister Bourita and Ambassador Alvargonzález underlined the achievements of NATO-Morocco cooperation and emphasized the added value of the Mediterranean Dialogue in addressing the common security challenges faced by Morocco and NATO.
The first session of the seminar revolved around NATO-Morocco cooperation. The first speaker, NATO’s Head of Middle East and North Africa Section, Mr Nicola de Santis, provided a..
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3rd December 2019 Skopje, North Macedonia
Greening the Macedonian environmental behaviour: Let’s try a proven approach It is that time of the year again. The air gets foggy and our vision blurry, but ironically, this is the time when we can clearly see (and smell) our most critical issue. According to the World Health Organization, around 2,574 deaths annually can be attributed to the air pollution. In addition, the World Bank has calculated a 250 million EUR price tag that this problem brings to our economy, which represents a cost equal to significant 3.2% of the GDP.
In a true reflection of Chevening values, the Macedonian Chevening Alumni Association achieved to bring its expertise and network into play, aiming to address this grave issue. The “Greening Western Balkans’ Environmental Behaviour” conference approached environmental behaviour f..
In 1938, Richard Heindel, a revered American academic said that: “Bluntly summarised, the British diplomatic mind when dealing with politics had no love for the press and very little respect. A distinction is made between the press and public opinion, and without denying the mischief of the former, does not identify it with the latter.
annenberg.usc.edu; see also John Brown, “Twittering; or, Where are the Emily Dickinsons at the State Department?,” Huffington Post (2011)
The USC Center of Public Diplomacy’s [JB emphasis] Jay Wang weighs in on how technology is changing the rules of policymaking.
Two years ago, Twitter wasn’t the primary place to read the official statements of the president of the United States — but with Donald Trump, it is.
Few people turned to Instagram to keep up with Canadian officials, either — until Prime Minister Justin Trudeau came along, with more than 2 million followers in tow.
Diplomacy — the way governments and countries build and manage relationships — is rapidly changing to keep up with technology. “Diplomacy isn’t just state-to-state now,” says Jay Wang, director of the USC Center on Public Diplomacy. “Technology enables you to connect to a much larger global audience.”
For national leaders like Trudeau or local figures like Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, Instagram helps draw a yo..