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, Networked and Complex Present The complexity of digital, networked communication systems, compared with earlier forms of media, has four characteristics: speed, size, diversity and identity. Speed — the lightning pace at which content is produced, transmitted and shared — results in rapid information cycles

in The Hague Journal of Diplomacy

, translation should be accurate, and lawyers should be present. Consulates can also provide information from the detainee’s own state that might be relevant in a trial. Paraguay, Mexico and Germany have all challenged the United States through international courts for violating its treaty obligations

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firms need. Moreover, with diplomatic services being cut as a result of the global financial crisis, many firms are forced to operate where their national diplomatic service is not present. This results in firms increasingly having to adopt their own strategies and practices for the analysis and

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.1 Securing the Electoral Threshold All 193 UN member states have the right to vote in the UNSC election. A candidate needs two-thirds of the votes to be elected — that is, at least 129 votes if all 193 states are present and voting. 9 Each member of the UN has a single vote per vacant seat on the UNSC

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to present China in a more positive light and expand China’s culture. 10 Conducting research on film as an instrument of China’s soft power, with a focus on the role of non-state actors, therefore enriches the empirical research of soft-power practice and fills a research gap in this area. To

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strategy for modelling commercial diplomacy for exports and investment, before presenting the results on its effectiveness. It then addresses the main question of whether commercial diplomacy successfully overcomes impediments to international economic flows, using the example of Australia. The technical

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bureaucratic ideals described by du Gay, ambassadors presented themselves as moral agents and as ‘representatives[s] of the people’. 102 The letter, which was covered by the Yemeni media and criticised as ‘unprofessional’ by several Yemeni diplomats, seemed to lack political impact and remained without major

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and Michael Weiss, ‘The Menace of Unreality: How the Kremlin Weaponizes Information, Culture and Money’, special project presented by The Interpreter (New York, NY: Institute of Modern Russia, 2014), p. 5. 29 Kragh and Åsberg contend that Russia’s hierarchical decision-making structures and tightly

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delivering a formal message, hence I will use the term ‘summons’, especially given its ability to be used as a verb that reinforces the imagery of authoritatively calling on someone to be present. It may help to embed a summons within the larger context of diplomatic communication to highlight its unique

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conducted with the present and former directors of Israel’s digital diplomacy unit suggest that social media have impacted the mediatisation of MFAS in four ways. First, MFA crisis communication traditionally prioritised engagement with gatekeepers such as global media institutions and journalists

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