Published August 13, 2012
From the Press
Source: Foreign Policy Magazine
Long a target for “reform,” the United Nations has taken heat for a bloated bureaucracy and gridlocked Security Council. FP surveyed top experts about what role it should play in today’s ever-more-tangled global conflicts, with Madeleine Albright guiding us through the results.
Continue reading ‘Who Broke the UN? Madeleine Albright presents an exclusive FP survey on the United Nations’
Published August 12, 2012
From the Press
Source: MTV News
Anderson Cooper interviews humanitarian workers during the event, leading up to Beyonce’s stirring performance of ‘I Was Here.’
“Is this what happens at the U.N. every Friday night?” Anderson Cooper jokingly asked the crowd seated in the General Assembly Hall of the United Nations on Friday (August 10). “Because, I’ve gotta tell you … I wanna be here every Friday night if this goes on.”
Continue reading ‘Beyonce and Anderson Cooper give it all for UN Humanitarian Day’
Twiplomacy is the first-ever global study of world leaders on Twitter. The governments of almost two-thirds of the 193 UN member countries have a presence on Twitter: 45% of the 264 accounts analysed are personal accounts of heads of state and government, but just 30 world leaders tweet themselves and very few on a regular basis.
Click here to access the full study: http://twiplomacy.com/
Published June 29, 2012
AFP launches “the e-diplomacy hub”, an innovative tool for exploring the world of digital diplomacy. The “hub” visualizes, analyzes and measures the presence and influence of diplomatic actors on Twitter, across the globe and in real time.
Continue reading ‘New eDiplomacy Hub by AFP explores influence on Twitter’