Twiplomacy 2014 – Update

  • Twiplomacy
  • December 1, 2014

World leaders vie for attention, connections and followers on Twitter. Twitter has become a powerful channel for digital diplomacy and 21st century statecraft. Read all about hashtag wars and how foreign ministers have established a virtual diplomatic network.

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World Leaders get their news from the New York Times, Reuters, CNN and the Economist

  • Twiplomacy
  • December 1, 2014

CNN’s @CAmanpour, @FareedZakaria and the New York Times’ @NickKristof are the three most popular journalists followed by world leaders. See who are the world leaders top news sources on Twitter.

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Twiplomacy 2014 – Video

  • Twiplomacy
  • June 26, 2014

Do followers mean influence? What is Twitter diplomacy? Get the low down on Burson-Marsteller’s Twiplomacy study in in our 2.5-minute video.

World Leaders Selfies

  • Twiplomacy
  • June 25, 2014

The selfie craze has reached the higher echelons of government. Check out our collection of world leaders selfies on our blog.

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