Public Diplomacy: “… then Social Media it is”

One of the core problems with the State Department, and the one that most significantly contributes to the Department’s increasing irrelevance in foreign policy, is that State seems just content to “be,” to create conditions of its own continued existence. So, if social media is a new cool thing, and Congress will pay for it, then social media it is.

Peter van Buren, We Meant Well, July 2, 2012



» RCI “Effectively Retired”, April 9, 2012
» State Dept moves, Washington Post, March 14, 2012
» Trying to Pigeonhole DW, Febr 19, 2012
» David Ensor, not familiar, Sept 9, 2011
» Open Standards, Berners-Lee, Nov 22, 2010



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