Diplo's two-day conference - Innovation in Diplomacy - has started in Malta and promises to highlight some very interesting issues over the course of the next two days as it looks at the interplay between continuity and change in diplomacy.
The core mission of diplomacy is still the same, but traditional diplomacy adjusts significantly. Can it bring peace and harmonious relations in the modern world? These and other questions have been discussed at a High-Level of Geneva E-diplomacy day.
The #eDipGeneva day has kicked off with over 100 diplomats registered. It is a practically oriented event with a how-to focus.
Diplo Foundation is organising an e-diplomacy day in Geneva on Friday 16th, one of a series that in Diplo we have been organising for the past two years.
Anyone who's ever surfed knows the moment when a wave crests, gathering strength and speed (and of course I was always buried many more times than I felt the adrenaline of a clean ride). It's interesting to ponder who is riding and who is being buried by the e-diplomacy wave.
As the number of governments embracing e-diplomacy grows exponentially, around the world, the need for more research and training is becoming more and more evident.
Major focus on Internet Governance this week, as we - and the world - wind up to the Baku Internet Governance Forum (IGF) next month.
Interview with Mark McDowell, Counsellor, Public Diplomacy, Embassy of Canada, Bejing
Mocking laughter greets our stories of how email was welcomed as a revolutionary time-saver in the 1990s, when we first introduced it into organisations.