Digital diplomacy: UN’s Department of Political Affairs in 140-character bursts

Measuring government impact in a social media world

Between Digital Diplomacy and Diplomacy 2.0

Russian Digital Diplomacy: 7 trends of 2014

5 countries to follow on social media

Exploring Digital Diplomacy (series of articles)

OECD Report: Social Media Use by Governments

Narendra Modi to Indian diplomatic corps: ”shed old mindsets”

MEA answers commoner’s cry of help through Twitter

Is Russia Ruining Digital Diplomacy for the Rest of Us?

Twitter and the changing landscape of communications

Anthony Simon: The greatest challenges are for our communication to remain relevant, interesting and useful

Israel diplomats recalled over undiplomatic tweets

How the Party Leaders Use Twitter: Digital Diplomacy and E-Democracy

Digital Diplomacy in the wireless world

China diplomacy weak in social media

Diplomats on Twitter: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

U.S. Intensifies Effort to Blunt ISIS’ Message

Twitter can’t tame terrorism

British army creates team of Facebook warriors

 

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