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A cyber detente between Russia and the USA started in Geneva with the easing of tensions and the kick-off of bilateral cybersecurity consultations. Our discussion will focus on the future of cyber detente, monitored around the: Prosecution of (...
  25 Jun 2021

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Watch the recordingListen to the podcast[Podcast Interview] Tom Standage In the third session of our monthly Zoom series Diplomacy and Technology: A historical journey, a masterclass with Jovan Kurbalija, we focused on anci...
 30 Mar 2021

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Looking back on 2020 is a bit different from our usual annual perspectives. Communication and work over the internet have taken a completely new meaning in the past 12 months. Prior to the global pandemic, we would have had a hard time explaining w...
 24 Mar 2021

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Visit our page dedicated to the origins of diplomacy In the second session of our monthly Zoom series Diplomacy and Technology: A historical journey, a masterclass with Jovan Kurbalija, we discussed the interplay between diplomacy and technology i...
 3 Mar 2021

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Diplomacy is often thought of as a practice centering on language. Yet, the visual image of diplomatic practice is increasingly important in a world in which images proliferate and videoconferencing has replaced face-to-face meetings. Diplomats need ...
 9 Feb 2021

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A little bit about the phenomenon... A few days ago, yellow clouds and rain painted Geneva and the Alps in a warm sepia colour. There is a scientific explanation for this ‘Instagram filter’ effect! Sand travelled a thou...
  11 Feb 2021

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In January 2021, we held the first session of our new monthly Zoom series titled Diplomacy and Technology: A historical journey, a masterclass with Dr Jovan Kurbalija, where we discuss the evolution and interplay of diplomacy and technology. ...
 3 Feb 2021

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Approximately 280 transboundary watercourses serve almost 40 per cent of the world’s population. Of these, 180 feed 2 States, while the others feed 3 States and more. The continent of Africa has 63 transboundary watercourses, of which 11 affect 4 or ...
  3 Dec 2020

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We organised our September WebDebate, ‘The UN at 75: Evolution or revolution?’, to mark the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the United Nations. By looking back at the past 75 years of the world organisation, we zoomed in on two key questions.&nbs...
 16 Sep 2020

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In our monthly WebDebate, which is organised in the context of the International Forum on Diplomatic Training (IFDT), we looked at Multilateral diplomacy in times of COVID-19. When we observe the responses to the COVID-19 crisis, we seem to encounter...
 9 Apr 2020

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Crisis and emergency measures changeour daily reality and impact human rights. The freedom of movement is restricted in many countries. Jobs are lost and educational systemsareaffected. Privacy is endangered by emergency surveilla...
  26 Mar 2020

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