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📒Digital Diplomacy ✍ Corneliu Bjola
✏Digital Diplomacy Book Summary : This book analyses digital diplomacy as a form of change management in international politics. The recent spread of digital initiatives in foreign ministries is often argued to be nothing less than a revolution in the practice of diplomacy. In some respects this revolution is long overdue. Digital technology has changed the ways firms conduct business, individuals conduct social relations, and states conduct governance internally, but states are only just realizing its potential to change the ways all aspects of interstate interactions are conducted. In particular, the adoption of digital diplomacy (i.e., the use of social media for diplomatic purposes) has been implicated in changing practices of how diplomats engage in information management, public diplomacy, strategy planning, international negotiations or even crisis management. Despite these significant changes and the promise that digital diplomacy offers, little is known, from an analytical perspective, about how digital diplomacy works. This volume, the first of its kind, brings together established scholars and experienced policy-makers to bridge this analytical gap. The objective of the book is to theorize what digital diplomacy is, assess its relationship to traditional forms of diplomacy, examine the latent power dynamics inherent in digital diplomacy, and assess the conditions under which digital diplomacy informs, regulates, or constrains foreign policy. Organized around a common theme of investigating digital diplomacy as a form of change management in the international system, it combines diverse theoretical, empirical, and policy-oriented chapters centered on international change. This book will be of much interest to students of diplomatic studies, public diplomacy, foreign policy, social media and international relations.
📒Digital Diplomacy ✍ Wilson P. Dizard
✏Digital Diplomacy Book Summary : Dizard provides a comprehensive overview of the new importance of computer-based resources in foreign policy. He documents the growing importance of information technologies in such global policy areas as national security, trade, finance, human rights, and science. He also describes how new technologies are transforming the ways in which foreign policy is carried out in Washington and at overseas missions.
📒Digital Diplomacy ✍ Andreas Sandre
✏Digital Diplomacy Book Summary : Through conversations with State Department officials, ambassadors, public relations executives, public policy experts, and academics, Digital Diplomacy explores what it means to be innovative in foreign policy and diplomacy. These leading experts explain what are the new dynamics, developments, trends, and theories in diplomacy brought on by the digital revolution in which non-state actors play an active role. Such access now provides diplomats the means to influence the countries they work in on a massive scale, not just through elites. The book’s focus on innovative approaches shows how both public and traditional diplomacy have been transforming foreign policy in the 21st century, highlighting new means and trends in conducting diplomacy and implementing foreign policy. The enhanced e-book version features interviews with the experts who appear in the book, including Carne Ross, the “rock star” of digital diplomacy; Teddy Goff, the Digital Director for President Obama's 2012 Campaign; Lara Stein, Director of TEDx; Ambassador David Thorne, Senior Advisor to the Secretary of State, and more.
📒The Digital Diplomacy Handbook ✍ Antonio Deruda
✏The Digital Diplomacy Handbook Book Summary : This is the first practical guide that explains step-by-step how to do digital diplomacy. The author, an international consultant and trainer with strong background in digital diplomacy, provides diplomats, international officers, public diplomacy scholars and communications professionals with proven tactics and tips on how to leverage social media to engage with global audiences. The book offers detailed explanations of how to monitor the web, filter relevant information, design global social media strategies, develop compelling content to engage multicultural audiences, manage online conversations and master the main social media.
✏Are We There Yet Have MFAs Realized the Potential of Digital Diplomacy Book Summary : Despite growing interest in digital diplomacy, few studies to date have evaluated the extent to which foreign ministries have been able to realize its potential. Studies have also neglected to understand the manner in which diplomats define digital diplomacy and envision its practice. This article explores the digital diplomacy model employed by four foreign ministries through interviews and questionnaires with practitioners.
✏Blending Politics and New Media Mediatized Practices of EU Digital Diplomacy Book Summary : This thesis explores the relationship between politics and new media in the context of digital diplomacy. In contrast to dominant mediatization approaches to politics that consider political logic to be dominated or even replaced by media logic, it develops a politics-centered approach where mediatization is considered an interinstitutional process. Using the case of the EU?s digital diplomacy, the thesis analyzes how practices of digital diplomacy have developed and are talked about among their practitioners. The conclusion is that mediatization of politics happens through an interaction of media logic and the hosting political context, where expectations, threats, leadership, resources, skills, learning, and individuals influence the practices where new media and diplomacy ultimately blends.
📒Digital Diplomacy In An Era Of Rising Social Powers ✍ Christina R. Shorter
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📒International Organisations And Digital Diplomacy ✍ Corneliu Bjola
✏International Organisations and Digital Diplomacy Book Summary : This book examines how International Organisations (IOs) have struggled to adapt to the digital age, and with social media in particular. The global spread of new digital communication technologies has profoundly transformed the way organizations operate and interact with the outside world. This edited volume explores the impact of digital technologies, with a focus on social media, for one of the major actors in international affairs, namely IOs. To examine the peculiar dynamics characterizing the IO-digital nexus, the volume relies on theoretical insights drawn from the disciplines of International Relations, Diplomatic Studies, Media and Communication Studies, as well as from Organization Studies. The volume maps the evolution of IOs' 'digital universe' and examines the impact of digital technologies on issues of organizational autonomy, legitimacy and contestation. The volume's contributions combine engaging theoretical insights with newly compiled empirical material and an eclectic set of methodological approaches (multivariate regression, network analysis, content analysis, sentiment analysis), offering a highly nuanced and textured understanding of the multifaceted, complex and ever-evolving nature of the use of digital technologies by international organisations in their multilateral engagements. This book will be of much interest to students of diplomacy, media and communication studies, and international organisations.
📒Diplomacy In The Digital Age ✍ Brian L. Hocking
✏Diplomacy in the Digital Age Book Summary : Digitalization is here to stay--and so is diplomacy. For governments, reconciling the implications of digitalization with the functional performance of diplomacy is essential to achieving global and national needs. Brian Hocking and Jan Melissen argue that digital diplomacy is more than the application of social media to familiar diplomatic functions, even though the challenge of their use in diplomacy should not be underestimated. Foreign ministries have no choice but to develop digital strategies if they are to survive. Digitalization will enhance the need for them to redefine their roles and to develop narratives to explain what they are for. The conventional wisdom is that digitalization does not change the fundamental objectives of diplomacy, but offers new ways through which these can be achieved. Governments need to take a more nuanced look: digitalization will put fundamental norms and rules of diplomacy to the test. Diplomats of all types will need to function in the offline and online environments. Foreign ministries are advised not to respond to the challenges of the digital age by 'following the herd'. They should not treat digital resources as another form of top-down communication, and define their objectives clearly.--Publisher description
📒Digital Diplomacy 101 ✍ Akin Emre Karaglle
✏Digital Diplomacy 101 Book Summary : Public diplomacy is all about winning the hearts and minds of foreign publics. Managing relations with media is an important element of public diplomacy to reach that goal, but the media itself is going through a transformation, an evolution to be exact, with advancing technology on a daily basis. Most of the traditional media outlets are being digitalised. While print papers are going bankrupt, a new digital channel like BuzzFeed, which we never heard 10 years ago, is becoming more valuable in stock market than even New York Times. In many countries, the number of people following the digital media is surpassing or has been already surpassed the conventional media. That's why public diplomats needs to update themselves and focus more on digital media and new digital media channels. With that said, this study tries to emphasize the importance of digital media for public diplomacy. Not only public diplomacy but also the diplomacy itself is also using digitalization wave to its advantage. Digital diplomacy is becoming more and more popular. Technology is enabling diplomats to conduct diplomacy in less time, spending less money. But aside from very few publications that mostly limit digital diplomacy to diplomats' presence on social media, there are not many academic studies focusing on the full scope of digital diplomacy. This study humbly aims to put a spotlight on digital diplomacy and offers and introduction to it.