A link between e-participation (web) and foreign policy--that is significant! See Stephen Hale's Blog "The Web as a Foreign Policy Issue", which opines that one area of E-diplomacy is to examine how we can use the power and impact of the web to enhance diplomacy. Shane Dillon says that "it is of equal importance to examine how we define the web as a foreign policy issue in its own right". In addition is it possible to embed the web as a foreign policy issue in the framework of the academic discipline of International Politics? This blog post touches on these issues and imagines what a state's foreign policy could be like in relation to the web.
Read the blog. What do you think?