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Nothing begets success like failure
By petecranston on 10 Dec 2012 - 19:10 | From the E-diplomacy channel

Richard Boly is one of the most consistent and successful innovators in eDiplomacy.

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Social media diplomacy: the rules of engagement
By Andreas Sandre on 3 Dec 2012 - 17:53 | From the E-diplomacy channel

In the early 1800s, John Marshall wrote: “To listen well is as powerful a means of communication and influence as to talk well.” The longest-serving Chief Justice of the US Supreme Court and the father of American Constitutional Law, Marshall didn’t have tools like Twitter and Facebook.

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Innovation in diplomacy: Discovering unknown unknowns
By Jovan Kurbalija on 22 Nov 2012 - 10:54 | From the E-diplomacy channel

One of the questions I was asked at the recent conference on Innovation in Diplomacy was why we chose to involve so many senior participants (a few of them have seen seventy winters).  The main reason was to address two increasingly im

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Nine E-diplomacy Principles, add more......
By Jovan Kurbalija on 21 Nov 2012 - 13:27 | From the E-diplomacy channel

Close to 100 diplomats and academics had a vibrant and engaging discussion at the Geneva E-diplomacy Day.  One of the outcomes was the drafting of e-diplomacy principles (which the session participants dubbed ‘e-diplomacy laws

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Work life, personal life: unique and separate but sometimes interrelated
By Mary on 21 Nov 2012 - 10:43 | From the E-diplomacy channel

Do I have a work e-mail address? Do I have a personal e-mail address? Have I ever sent a personal e-mail from my work address? Or a work e-mail from my personal address? Yes, yes, yes, and yes. Work life and personal life - unique and separate but sometimes interrelated.

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Standing the test of time
By Mary on 19 Nov 2012 - 10:40 | From the E-diplomacy channel

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.

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The story of evolution of diplomacy: with e-diplomacy coming in
By Tereza Horejsova on 16 Nov 2012 - 15:09 | From the E-diplomacy channel

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.

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#eDipGeneva: are you e-competent?
By Tereza Horejsova on 16 Nov 2012 - 11:51 | From the E-diplomacy channel

The #eDipGeneva day has kicked off with over 100 diplomats registered. It is a practically oriented event with a how-to focus.

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E-diplomacy - the new normal
By petecranston on 14 Nov 2012 - 23:01 | From the E-diplomacy channel

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.

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From Diplomat to Twiplomat; Australia, "throw away the typewriters"; Pakistan - mobile futures or funerals; Google - a primer: links we liked
By petecranston on 6 Nov 2012 - 10:04 | From the E-diplomacy channel

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.