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By Arvin Kamberi on 24 Jan 2020 | From the channel/s: 

Millions of online meetings happen every day in teleconferencing rooms, webinars, Skype, and other online facilities. The nature and dynamics of meetings have been changing.

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By Arvin Kamberi on 8 Jan 2020 | From the channel/s: 

When Greta Thunberg travelled by boat and train to attend the recent UN Climate Change Summit in 2019, she sent a wake-up call to diplomats and policymakers to search for innovative digital diplomacy tools, such as online conf

By Eun Chang Choi on 17 Dec 2019 | From the channel/s: 

Artificial intelligence (AI) is starting to influence decision-making in foreign affairs and diplomacy.

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By Editor on 12 Dec 2019 | From the channel/s: 

Geneva, Switzerland, 19 November 2020: Diverse stakeholders in conflict mediation and technology discussed the findings of the CyberMediation Initiative, and the impact of new technologies on mediation. 

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By Jovan Kurbalija on 20 Nov 2019 | From the channel/s: 

The interplay between tech and humanity stands at the core of the discussion on the future of AI (and our society). It is often centred around a few topics as described in the Socratic-style dialogues below. Please let us know your reflections on these dialogues and suggestions for new ones.

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By Andrijana Gavrilovic on 10 Oct 2019 | From the channel/s: 

In our October WebDebate, we discussed the visual quality of communication, specifically, as applied to the field of diplomacy. We were joined by Amb.

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By Editor on 24 Sep 2019 | From the channel/s: 

Diplomats and practitioners discussed the way forward for digital diplomacy and how to overcome key challenges, during last week’s international conference in Geneva

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By Jovan Kurbalija on 5 Sep 2019 | From the channel/s: 

 

'Who do I call if I want to call Europe?' asked Kissinger a few decades ago. The essence of Kissinger’s question could easily translate to the digital context: who do we call to solve our digital problems? And I would even go a step further and ask ‘who is picking up the phone?’

By Pavlina Ittelson on 25 Jun 2019 | From the channel/s: 

The practice of diplomacy is changing. Unlike some years ago, it now involves new actors and subjects. These changes have necessarily created new ways of interactions. Governments, the private sector, academia, and the science community all have a need to work together.

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