Monthly Archives: July 2020

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DIPLOMACY IN A WORLD TO COME

Radical transformations both in the geopolitical landscape and in the way countries conduct diplomacy are obvious. It is more apparent than ever before that the liberal world order of the post-Second World War era is coming to an end. A new incarnation of realpolitik based on a pragmatic and sometimes rough approach to international affairs…

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PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT IN COMMERCIAL DIPLOMACY

Commercial diplomacy is an important part of diplomacy. It is likely that in post-COVID-19 times, it will become even more important as a means contributing to faster economic recovery of countries. Performance measurement has been gaining importance in commercial diplomacy practice. It is not only about controlling people, identifying weak points and dysfunctions, and possible…

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CYBER DIPLOMACY: AN INTANGIBLE REALITY OR A FAIT ACCOMPLI?

A constantly changing international environment and a fast-paced advancement of information and communications technologies (ICTs) essentially modify the traditional ways of diplomacy. In the digital age, the use of e-tools has become a daily routine for diplomats, and the developments in the cyber realm define the global political agenda, transforming the mechanisms of multilateral cooperation….

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TIME FOR A NEW DIPLOMACY?

This article reflects the impact of economic fallout and the coronavirus pandemic on diplomacy. The paper focuses on the current state of international relations, work of international organisations, and the tools of diplomacy. One of the aspects mentioned is digital diplomacy and how it will change the diplomacy we are used to

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Dear readers, the world is rapidly changing, influenced by relations in new domains, new threats, and new opportunities. Our authors tried to reply whether diplomacy is changing? Can Twiplomacy and Informal negations substitute classical diplomacy? Digital, cyber, commercial, public, quarantine diplomacy – are there new words or they perfectly fit the main goal of Diplomacy?

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DIGITAL DIPLOMACY: HOW INTERNATIONAL ACTORS TRANSFORM THEIR FOREIGN POLICY ACTIVITY

Communication technologies have created new opportunities for the promotion of states’ interests, ensuring interactive dialogue with the world. Digital diplomacy has gone beyond foreign policy institutions, reaching more target groups and changing the efficiency of the diplomatic missions’ activity abroad. After the first meeting between diplomats and officials, online technologies enable further communication through devices…

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