To the Ancient Greeks we owe the term ‘diplomacy’ (folded in two). We will start our discussion through the role of the orator and the first examples of the principle of extra-territoriality. Ancient Greek diplomacy was probably the most...
 25 Mar 2014

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This webinar tackled the question of information gathering on the Internet, and the impact of Edward Snowden’s revelations on same. Bearing in mind the most common tools in gathering information for diplomats, such as public press conf...
 9 Dec 2013

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Dr Jovan Kurbalija began the October advanced webinar'TV broadcasting and the impact of the CNN effect ondiplomacy‘by updating us on the outcome of 8th Internet Governance Forum held in Bali (Indonesia), 22-25 October. &nb...

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Recording of the August webinar Summary text of the August webinar The webinar addressed the development of radio broadcast. The basis for radio broadcasting was created by scientific and technological breakthroughs ...

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Webinar Announcement The previous breakthrough in wireless technology set the stage for the use of radio broadcasting during and after World War II. Radio was the most important communication medium that influenced the outcome of World War II. ...
 30 Aug 2013

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Browse through the world’s weekly journals and you will face a number of articles discussing the fears of cyberwarfare with reference to attacks on Estonia or a Stuxnet virus attack on Iran, or analysing the economic consequences of cybercrime....
 17 Jul 2013

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Webinar Announcement Following real-world cyber-conflict cases (such as the attacks on Estonia and Georgia and the reactions of NATO, the Stuxnet virus, US-China alleges on cyber-espionage, etc) diplomats are also growingly faced with cyber-securi...
 12 Jul 2013

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Renaissance diplomacy developed between Italian city-states. Relationships between these states were influenced by two key elements: no hegemonic power and a strong interest in cooperating and solving problems through peaceful means. Like Byzantine i...
 24 May 2013

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Mr Stefano Baldi,Director of the Diplomatic Institute of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs,and one of pioneers in the field of e-diplomacy has selected a list of essential tools that he finds both simple to use and effective. In our...
 12 Apr 2013

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What can Twitter diplomacy learn from Ancient Greek diplomacy? In short, full transparency and openness is not an optimal environment for successful diplomacy aimed at solving complex problems through convergence and compromise. For a more develope...

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Twitter empowers users at both ends – both the broadcaster as well as the public – and it allows a level of engagement hardly achieved with more traditional tools. 'Twitter means quick communication & dialogue & easy access...
 8 Mar 2013

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Embassies and Ministriesdiffer only in the extent to which they embrace the new media and mainstream it in their activities. Much has been written in thepast three years about this e-diplomacy. In this webinar, our lecturer Pete Cranston...
 8 Feb 2013

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From Clay to Digital Tablets What can we learn from the Ancient Diplomacy? (Friday, 22 February 2013 at 14.00 CET) Consult background document & recording of the webinar As a follow-up ...

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