Weekly #DigitalDiplomacy news review


As we try to offer every Friday, we’ve compiled a list of interesting and recent pieces of news. The main news of this week has been the Twitter and YouTube blockade in Turkey, the Google Hangout about whether or not ambassadors and political leaders should tweet personally and a view of MEPs using social media, … Continue reading Weekly #DigitalDiplomacy news review

Conference on social media use in the European elections


2014 is marked at European level by the European Parliament elections and one of the main focuses of the elections campaign will be the use of social media. How to incorporate social networks into the political communication strategy, to what effect and what will be the challenges that the MEPs will have to overcome – … Continue reading Conference on social media use in the European elections

Romania’s MEP elections candidates on Twitter (II)


We continue the series of articles that take a look at the Twitter activity of the candidates of Romanian parties in the European Parliament elections, with those of the Liberal National Party (PNL). On PNL’s list there are 10 candidates, and at a simple search we have identified that seven of them have Twitter accounts, … Continue reading Romania’s MEP elections candidates on Twitter (II)