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Janibek BEKTEMISSOV SOCIAL NETWORKS IN MODERN DIPLOMACY “Digitalisation is not a goal, but it is a means to achieve the absolute advantage of Kazakhstan.” President of the Republic of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev Nowadays, digitalisation has already gotten into all spheres of human activity. According to experts, this trend will only increase in the nextRead more
MOSCOW, RUSSIA – DECEMBER 4, 2018: The Executive Director of the Gorchakov Foundation for Public Diplomacy [JB emphasis] Support, a member of the Board of Trustees of the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC), Leonid Drachevsky (L) and Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov during a meeting with participants in The Dialogue in the Name of the Future project, a research and educational programme of the Gorchakov Foundation for Public Diplomacy Support. Mikhail Japaridze/TASS (Photo by Mikhail JaparidzeTASS via Getty Images)Read more
We are off now to an Irish pub to get decently drunk. And from tomorrow on we will again work for a better #Europe! Promised! #EURef ?? — GermanForeignOffice (@GermanyDiplo) June 24, 2016 Please follow and like us:Read more
Cassady Potts, onwardstate.com
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The Council of Sustainable Leaders [JB: see] is expanding its fall Sustainability Showcase Series to host 12 more weekly events throughout the spring semester.Each session addresses the broad theme: “What is your ‘Big Idea’ that will advance sustainability in the 21st century?” Although sustainability is often associated with environmental concerns, speakers cover a variety of topics ranging from building dream communities to communicating during an age of post-truth media tribalism to yes, llamas.Presentations are held on Fridays from 12-1:30 p.m. in various locations in the HUB. Guests who RSVP will be provided lunch. …Although the series has already resumed for the spring semester, there are still plenty of speakers to look forward to: …February 1: Laurie Mulvey, executive director of World in Conversation Center for Public Diplomacy: “Moving from Object to Subject” in 132 HUB …
Andreas Sandre, medium.com
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It is that time of the year to compile “best of” lists and make an assessment on where we are and where we’re heading.
Year after year, the world of digital diplomacy evolves and adapts quite fast. New trends form, best practices are set, and new actors emerge. However, content and behaviors of world leaders, governments, and political figures tend to overwhelm the news cycle and timelines obfuscate a bit what happens on the policy side of digital diplomacy.
In 2018, social media is still the most visible side of digital diplomacy — a fact that is reflected in this very 2018 in review list: a lot has been said about the use of Twitter by U.S. president Donald Trump; about occasional viral content on social media platforms; live videos and selfies; and new best practices and inspiring moments. This list only mentions a few examples.
But foreign policy, not just public diplomacy [JB emphasis] and diplomat..