Internet Guide for Diplomats

Date: 2000
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The Internet Guide for Diplomats is the first guide specifically conceived and realised to assist diplomats and others involved in international affairs to use the Internet in their work. The book includes both basic technical information about the Internet and specific issues related to the use of the Internet in diplomacy. Examples and illustrations address many common questions including web-management for diplomatic services, knowledge management and distance learning.

20th anniversary

20 years ago, the Internet Guide for Diplomats was the first publication meant to assist diplomats in using the Internet in their daily work, but it also included broader reflections on diplomacy and the Internet. The 20th anniversary is a good occasion to step back and see what has changed and what remains the same in diplomacy.

Read Amb. Stefano Baldi’s (Ambassador of Italy to Bulgaria) and Dr Jovan Kurbalija’s (Executive Director, DiploFoundation; Head, Geneva Internet Platform (GIP)) blog post A journey in time: 20 years of Internet and diplomacy

Watch the 2020 interview with Baldi and Kurbalija, authors of the book Internet Guide for Diplomats (2000).

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