Monday’s #MustRead List

Each week, I will post a list of interesting articles, essays and reports that may be of interest to the digital diplomacy community. This week- Israel's secret weapon- 800 social media accounts (The Jerusalem Post)Trump's Un-American failure to protect internet freedom (Wired)Technologies changing diplomatic practice: Pre and post Covid19 reality (ORF)Digital diplomacy changes strategies in... Continue Reading →

When Auschwitz Goes Digital

Several days ago I reached an important decision- I began following the Auschwitz Memorial on Twitter. That Auschwitz was recommended by the Twitter algorithm is not surprising as much of my digital activities date back to WW2. I often Google battles and skirmishes, view lists of WW2 facts or read Wikipedia pages of prominent Nazis.... Continue Reading →

How Will Covid19 Impact Diplomacy’s Digitalization?

When researching digital diplomacy, one soon realizes that every foreign ministry (MFA) has undergone a unique process of digitalization. The digitalization of the US State Department rested, among other, on the appointment of two digital enthusiasts- Alec Ross and Jared Cohen. Canada’s digitalization was facilitated by a change in administration as the Trudeau government urge... Continue Reading →

Digital Diplomacy & Existential Threats

The Covid virus is not likely to kill mankind. The majority of Covid patients survive, youngsters seem more immune to its potency, and scientific and medical collaborations will ultimately yield a vaccine. However, Covid’s side effects, namely anxiety and disorientation, are evident everywhere. In Israel, TV viewers are told that the rate of contamination has... Continue Reading →

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