Chris Hensman & Shawn Powers discuss how the rise of digital technology poses a threat to PD practitioners.
Olga Krasnyak on how understanding different diplomatic styles is essential to creating a solid relationship.
A look at how non-state actors like celebrities influence foreign policy and global politics.
South Korean—Russian space cooperation is an important landmark in the South Korean contemporary quest to become a global space power. The success of several joint space projects was possible due to cooperation with Russia, an unusual and unlikely partner considering South Korea’s historically close ties to the United States. In view of the circumstances and specifics of such ambitious projects, we look at South Korean—Russian space cooperation through the lens of science diplomacy, distinguishing national diplomatic styles in particular.
Shaun Riordan discusses how the importance of the G20 summit goes beyond its communique.
The first group of 24 teachers, students, as well as activists from senior high schools, colleges and NGOs in Moscow, Russia have arrived in Jakarta to join the activities of Indonesian Competency Enhancement. [...] Ambassador Wahid believes that cultural diplomacy activities like this can be developed because it will help make ties of the two countries closer.
World-renowned Turkish pianist İdil Biret is set to perform the works of famous Russian composer Sergei Rachmaninoff at his house-turned-museum in Tambov, Russia on July 15. Anadolu University State Conservatory academic Amine Aygistova confirmed the news to Anadolu Agency. [...] Thanks to the concert, the relationship between the two countries will improve further, hoped Aygistova.
An article in the Cambridge Journal of Eurasian Studies looks at the impact of Twitter on Russia-Turkey relations.