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How MFAs' profile pictures/cover photos project countries' online identities.

WIPO Celebrates Visionary Innovators, by U.S. Mission Geneva

It's time to evaluate how much diplomacy has gone digital.

 NATO's hovedkvarter by Utenriksdepartementet UD

Building on Bjola's recent analysis of NATO's online bubble, Manor looks at NATO's network.

Local partners' meeting in Zambia, by IICD

On the incorporation of social media into African diplomacy.

The Temple Mount in Jerusalem

An analysis of opposing social media narratives.

An American selfie with Barack Obama, Neil DeGrasse Tyson, and Bill Nye

Ilan Manor revisits "Selfie Diplomacy."

The first neutrodyne radio receiver, 1923

Ilan Manor puts digital diplomacy in context.

An audience member takes a photo at the 50th Munich Security Conference 2014: Diplomacy in a Digital Age: Diplomacy in a Digital Age

Twitter may be leveling the diplomatic playing field.