Stephanie Borg Psaila   09 Mar 2011   E-Diplomacy

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Follow us on @ediplomat, at http://www.facebook.com/ediplomacy and on edip.diplomacy.edu today, for live coverage from the E-diplomacy workshop in Malta, organised by DiploFoundation. The programme for the E-diplomacy workshop is available here.

[NEW blog post] More e-tools: info aggregators, blogging, and microblogging, 16 March 2011

The Internet has undoubtedly played a central role in the latest events in the Arab region. The events, dubbed the ‘Twitter revolutions’, have been extensively chronicled on social media networks. Together with the CableGate scandal, these events have shaken the foundation of the global diplomatic system, and are demonstrating the dynamic power of online communication in modern politics.

The workshop explores the Internet-driven changes in the global environment for today’s diplomacy, new topics on diplomatic agendas (Internet governance, cyber-politics, cyber war), and the current and future use of e-tools in diplomatic activities. The workshop is part of the Modern Diplomacy for Small States workshop, which is being held on 7-16 March.

Are you a diplomat from a small state? Do you have a special interest in Diplomacy of Small States?

Our online course starts on 9 May, 2011. More information about the course, including outline, structure and methodology, is available here. Register for our online course as University of Malta accredited course or as a DiploFoundation Certificate course.

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