- The EU and Macao (China): The Importance of Digital Public & Economic Diplomacy May 25, 2021
- Media in the Arab World Feb 11, 2021
- Portugal’s National Security & Defense: International Communication Under Analysis Jan 12, 2021
- China in Africa (2019): Facebook & Twitter as Part of Public Diplomacy Aug 14, 2020
Jorge Marinjo holds a PhD in Communication Sciences and a BA in International Journalism. He is a professor and Research Supervisor at the University of Porto (Portugal) Information and Communication Department. He is also a been guest lecturer at the University of Corunna Faculty of Humanities / Spain (2005-2007), University of Missouri School of Journalism / United States of America (2008) and Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences Baltic International Summer School / Latvia (2011-2014).
Jorge is also founder and editor of the online magazine «Marinho Media Analysis» (ISSN 2183-444X) - http://marinho-mediaanalysis.org. He has authored several works published in Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, Portugal, Spain and the United States of America
«Media, Globalization and Far-Right Nationalism: Lingering Ideologies», in «Marinho Media Analysis», May 23, 2018 - http://marinho-mediaanalysis.org/articles/May-23-2018/media-globalization-and-far-right-nationalism
«Journalists and Intelligence Services», in «Marinho Media Analysis», September 2, 2016 - http://marinho-mediaanalysis.org/articles/Sep-02-2016/journalists-and-intelligence-services
«Media, International Relations and Game Theory: Focus on (Counter-)Public Diplomacy», in «Marinho Media Analysis», Mars 18, 2016 - http://marinho-mediaanalysis.org/articles/Mar-18-2016/media-international-relations-and-game-theory-focus-on-(counter-)public-diplomacy
«Media / Social Psychological Warfare: High-Precision Targeting», in «Marinho Media Analysis», May 5, 2015 - http://www.marinho-mediaanalysis.org/articles/May-05-2015/media-social-psychological-warfare-high-precision-targeting
Expertise: international communication; strategic communication; Public Diplomacy; Psychosociology of Communication; Semiotics of Communication.