Master’s Graduation @ Diplo and the University of Malta
Updated on 07 August 2022
New research on Internet governance, digital diplomacy, public diplomacy, and international relations
Time for celebration! After months of hard and creative work, thirteen students graduated with the Master in Contemporary Diplomacy in late November this year. This programme is run by Diplo in partnership with the University of Malta.
As you can see from the list below, most of the dissertations focus on Internet governance, digital diplomacy, public diplomacy, international relations, and e-governance. In the coming weeks, our graduates will present the main findings of their research in a series of blogs and interviews.
After the graduation ceremony in Valletta, Malta: Kevon Swift (Trinidad and Tobago), Nada Kanj (Lebanon/Ireland), Desiree Zeljka Milosevic Evans (Serbia/UK) and Lutine De Boer (The Netherlands)
Desiree Zeljka Miloshevic Evans
How is Trust Defined in Internet Governance Organisations? Applied ethics in not-for-profit Internet organisations, managing critical Internet resources – a case study on trust
Structuring of Regional Internet Governance Forums in Africa – Impact on Effectiveness
A Small State’s Engagement in Discursive Processes for International Internet-related Public Policy and Implications for its Domestic Internet Agenda. A case study of Trinidad and Tobago from 2003 to 2013
An Examination of Digital Diplomacy and Reputation Management at International Organisations
The Use of Information Communication Technology (ICTs) in Human Rights Promotion. A case study of the African commission on human and peoples’ rights
The Impact of Non-state Actors in Public Diplomacy
Diaspora Communities in the Republic of Ireland: A Part of the Community, or Apart from the Community?
International Relations and Diplomacy
Lutine Frijda de Boer
Regional Water Cooperation in the Arab – Israeli Conflict. A case study of the West Bank
Ana Maria Vella
Syria and the Spill-over Tensions between the US and Russia. Exploring Syria’s conflict and alternative diplomatic solutions
Eliphas John Chinyonga
The Structural Challenges for SADC: Diplomatic Cooperation for Regional Integration
John M. Shifidi
Benefit of Economic Diplomacy: Evaluation of Namibia’s Economic Diplomacy in the Democratic Republic of Congo
An Assessment of Economic and Commercial Diplomacy in Micro-States: A Case Study of Namibia
Can Antigua and Barbuda Transform the Public Sector through the Implementation of E-Government Solutions?