ministry of foreign affairs
According to Twiplomacy Study 2017, 92 percent of UN member states including government heads and foreign ministers are present on Twitter, and 88 percent are present on Facebook. Therefore, countries such as Pakistan that do not yet have a centralized social media policy to communicate with the foreign public, face the need to develop digital diplomacy platforms.
Muhammad Ittefaq discusses the need for Pakistan to improve its digital diplomacy.
Corneliu Bjola on two diverging paths in the digital future of MFAs.
Korea faces distinct political, cultural, and technological challenges to reach its full potential.
This research project will study how Twitter is being used in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries as a form of digital diplomacy.
The Mosaic Taiwan 2016 program ended successfully recently with remarkable singing, dancing and instrument performances by program fellows, new diplomats and youth ambassadors, according to a press release from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA). MOFA Secretary General Wen-liang Chang awarded completion certificates and five recognition awards. The friendly interaction between young leaders from Taiwan, the U.S. and Canada was a perfect ending to the event, said MOFA.