How "unruly" counterpublics and technological advances will impact the first truly digital EU elections.
CPD Research Fellow Ali Fisher offers tools for tackling the complex architecture of multi-hub information networks.
Corneliu Bjola looks at how new satellite technologies impact the work of Ministries of Foreign Affairs.
Corneliu Bjola on how embassies and MFAs can properly respond to crises using digital tools.
Once a crisis begins to unfold, confusion about the nature, severity, and possible implications of the event is the immediate consequence to affect both authorities and the public. Ironically, this outcome is not prompted by the shortage of information about what is going on, but rather by the abundance of reports on social media channels, most of them reflecting individual reactions to the event, often times with little factual evidence to support them.
Chris Hensman & Shawn Powers discuss how the rise of digital technology poses a threat to PD practitioners.
Sunday’s election in France made most people breathe a little easier but the worldwide trend is still troublesome. Nations are turning inward and if not building physical walls, as President Trump has proposed, they are erecting rules and new regulations [...] Last month at a Culture Summit in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, called “The Creative Mind of the Connected World: Culture as a Change Agent in the Digital Age,”