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Interview – Stephen McGlinchey

Interview – Stephen McGlinchey

E-IR’s Editor-in-Chief gives an insiders perspective on the operations of the website, discusses the relevance of social media & blogging, and addresses the importance of open access.

From Citations to Clicks

From Citations to Clicks

There’s an impression that the world of the academic is independent of the pressures of competition and marketing. That impression is wrong and proving more so every day.

A Transnational Public Sphere for a Digital Generation?

A Transnational Public Sphere for a Digital Generation?

The figure of the networked young citizen, politically engaged through a transnational public sphere, is compelling, but other models may come to be more significant.

Video Games and the Simulation of International Conflict

Video Games and the Simulation of International Conflict

As with other media, games are open to multiple interpretations and can be politically significant in different ways depending on which interpretations they can sustain.

New Media and Latin American Violent Movements

New Media and Latin American Violent Movements

Social media have enabled Latin American violent movements to share their stories, whether this be the nobility of their causes or the extravagance of their lifestyles.

Imagining Integration: The Role of Social Media in the Development of Regional Identity and Empowerment

Imagining Integration: The Role of Social Media in the Development of Regional Identity and Empowerment

Language barriers across the Caribbean region make building a common identity difficult and CARICOM is not meeting its mandate of creating a community. Could social media offer some solutions?

Can Social Media Sustain a Revolution?

Can Social Media Sustain a Revolution?

Has a focus on social media in the revolutions in North Africa and the Middle East distracted us from an engaged understanding of the underlying causes of these uprisings?

Review – Networks of Outrage and Hope

Review – Networks of Outrage and Hope

From the Arab Spring to the Occupy movements, Castells’ book provides insight into the sudden rise of mass uprisings across the world, their political force, and momentum.

Public Diplomacy @ State

Public Diplomacy @ State

Social media is opening up direct two-way communications between foreign ministries and the general public on an industrial scale. The US Department of State is leading the trend.

Considering YouTube Diplomacy

Considering YouTube Diplomacy

The differences in Western and Arab reactions to the Innocence of Muslims video clip cannot be reconciled. A cultural détente is our best hope. YouTube diplomacy is now an issue that all nations must address.

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