eDiplomacy is changing the way governments interact with each other, with their citizens, and with the public. It is also changing the way foreign policy is actuated to respond to new challenges. Italian Ambassador Claudio Bisogniero and our panel of experts will examine where ediplomacy is heading and the future of communications. A follow up to Turin’s Twiplomacy conference in June 2012, the round table is organized by the Embassy of Italy in Washington DC.
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The conference is organized by:
Embassy of Italy in
Washington DC

3000 Whitehaven Street, NW
@ Massachusetts Avenue, NW
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Claudio Bisogniero
Ahmed Shihab-Eldim
Alec Ross
Deborah Seaward
David Ignatius
Q&A Session

Claudio Bisogniero
Ambassador of Italy to the United States
Ahmed Shihab-Eldin
Host & Producer of @HuffPostLive
Alec Ross
Senior Advisor for Innovation to the U.S. Secretary of State
Deborah Seward
Director of Strategic Communications at the United Nations
David Ignatius
Associate Editor & Columnist, The Washington Post

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:: Antonelli, Carlo, Terzi: "I social media sono un'opportunità unica", Wired Italia (September 27, 2012) -- Available in English and Italian
:: Glassman, James, Keep on Tweetin', Foreign Policy (September 17, 2012)
:: Yakovenko, Alexander, Russian digital diplomacy: clicking through, Russia Beyond the Headlines (September 7, 2012)
:: Barton, Chris, Chris Barton: Twitter diplomacy, The New Zealand Herald (August 24, 2012)
:: Sandre, Andreas, Twiplomacy Is Bringing Diplomacy Back to Relevancy, DiploFoundation (August 4, 2012)
:: Freeland, Chrystia, Statecraft via Twitter, Reuters (also in The New York Time as Way of the World: Blending Governance and Twitter) (April 5, 2012)
:: Slaughter, Anne-Marie, Pivoting to the people, Al Jazeera (March 25, 2012)
:: Hanson, Fergus, Revolution at State: the spread of ediplomacy, Lowy Institute for International Policy (March 2012)
VIDEO :: Social Media: Terzi, grande veicolo di libertà, Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (September 27, 2012) -- in Italian
VIDEO :: U.S. Ambassador Susan Rice: Twitter Crucial to Her Mission, Mashable (September 24, 2012)
VIDEO :: What's Fueling the Arab Uprising? The role of Social Media, Thnkr TV (September 12, 2012)
VIDEO :: The UN's Helen Clark on Social Media, Waywire (September 2012)
VIDEO :: Richard Boly: eDiplomacy at the State Department, The Center for The Business of Government (July 11, 2012)
VIDEO :: Twiplomacy - Terzi: la e-diplomacy è una realtà, Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (June 14, 2012)
VIDEO :: The Guardian Interviews for Social Media Week: Alec Ross, The Guardian (March 1, 2012)
VIDEO :: Hanson, Fergus, Internet Freedom and The Future of eDiplomacy: interview to Alec Ross, The Brookings Institution (April 2012)
Twiplomacy: Diplomacy in the Twitter age [English - Italiano] -- or visit twiplomacy.it/turin
Remarks by Italian Foreign Minister Giulio Terzi at the Twiplomacy conference in June 2012 [or click here to access Minister Terzi's slideshow]
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