This text on e-politeness is dedicated to those who have been waiting for me to reply to their e-mail for weeks, and to those who did not reply to my e-mails for weeks; to those on whose great blog posts I did not leave a comment (apologies to...
By Guy Girardet on 28 May 2013 | From the channel/s: E-diplomacy
Remote Participation programmes and initiatives make International Agencies more transparent and inclusive.
By Guy Girardet on 26 May 2013 | From the channel/s: E-diplomacy, Webinars
Open Gov / Open Data initiatives are more relevant in a national context than at an international level.
By Guy Girardet on 22 May 2013 | From the channel/s: E-diplomacy, Webinars
By petecranston on 17 May 2013 | From the channel/s: E-diplomacy
'Open Data' is one of those catchall terms that encompasses a technical development, a philosophy, a trend and an advocacy goal, amongst others.
By Jovan Kurbalija on 29 Apr 2013 | From the channel/s: E-diplomacy
Today, the word ‘byzantine’ is used to describe devious actions: intrigue, plotting, and bribing.  Historical records show that Byzantine politics were morally neither worse nor better than politics in previous or later years.
By Editor on 15 Apr 2013 | From the channel/s: E-diplomacy, Webinars
Although thousands of applications are available for PCs and/or mobile devices, diplomats (like most other people) tend to use only a very limited number of them (8–10).
By Jovan Kurbalija on 29 Mar 2013 | From the channel/s: E-diplomacy
In short, full transparency and openness is not an optimal environment for successful diplomacy aimed at solving complex problems through convergence and compromise.
Let me develop the argument:
By Jovan Kurbalija on 17 Mar 2013 | From the channel/s: E-diplomacy
By Editor on 12 Mar 2013 | From the channel/s: E-diplomacy, Webinars
Twitter has become one of the preferred tools of communication for foreign policy practitioners, from cabinet ministers to ambassadors and diplomats.