Philip Seib looks at how terrorist groups such as ISIL, al-Qaeda, and Boko Haram use different types of media.
Ali Fisher uses data to dispute the claim that ISIS is on the decline.
Tensions between India and Pakistan played a significant role at the latest UN General Assembly, according to Muhammad Ittefaq.
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.
Known as Selfie Diplomacy, the use of social media to manage national images is now routinely practiced by foreign ministries around the world. [...] Through an array of social media profiles, the Polish foreign ministry is attempting to narrate Poland's role in Nazi atrocities during World War II.
Ilan Manor explores Poland's attempt to distance itself from the Nazi atrocities committed during World War II.