By live-tweeting the 197 war in Pakistan @SouthAsia71 brings primary research to a broader audience and demonstrates the social media’s potential for research purposes.
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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.
As the growth in outlets where research can be published online continues, the importance of using Twitter and other effective social media channels to promote IR research will only grow, too
Neil deGrasse Tyson wants to know why female computer voices always announce self-destruct sequences. The answer might be found in IR’s approach to feminism.
Twitter simulations create an opportunity for students to role-play alongside professionals and explore the pressing issues faced by the international community.
Digital diplomacy brings new opportunities, but equally new responsibilities that are increasingly divested to the level of the individual ‘digital diplomat’.
Governments of all stripes pursue war-gaming, simulations and contingency planning. So why not use Twitter to simulate crisis diplomacy? The potential pay-offs of such simulations make it necessary to try.
Twitter is a tool with real potential. That’s why we’re building a list of top tweeters from universities around the world.