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Real-time diplomacy refers to the use of technology and communication tools to enable diplomats and other foreign policy actors to respond quickly and effectively to rapidly evolving situations around the world. Real-time diplomacy involves using information and communication technologies (ICTs) such as social media, video conferencing, and other tools to facilitate rapid and direct communication between diplomats, government officials, and other relevant parties.
This approach to diplomacy can be particularly effective in situations where time is of the essence, such as in the case of natural disasters, conflict, or terrorism. By using real-time communication technologies, diplomats can share information more quickly, coordinate responses more effectively, and make better-informed decisions.