Laurence Desroches discusses a new digital storytelling campaign designed to bring attention to Syrian refugees.
Mark Dillen explores the similarities between the Netflix hit "House of Cards" and the Trump presidency.
Agenda and MHP Communications has launched #WeAreNato, the organization's first major communications campaign in nearly a decade.[...] "Helping NATO reach audiences in more than 28 member countries and to explain its mission of guaranteeing peace and security for its citizens in the kind of work we love to do." [...] According to Agenda, the framework contract encompasses a wide variety of communications, public affairs and creative media relations.
Technology allows governments and citizens to communicate faster and more effectively. In the age of “digital diplomacy”, the ability to harness digital platforms effectively to engage people, exchange ideas and deliver key messages is more important than ever. Prime Minister Narendra Modi provides a great example of digital diplomacy done well by a head of a state. His use of digital tools has been central to his success both as a politician and India’s global advocate-in-chief.
Jeffrey Robertson outlines the benefits of introducing digital media education to the Korea National Diplomatic Academy.
Korea faces distinct political, cultural, and technological challenges to reach its full potential.
A new article by Ilan Manor looks at the U.S. State Department's attempts at branding America.