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Stuart MacDonald, FRSA
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Stuart MacDonald, FRSA 18h
Replying to @johnmcternan
“I don’t sing I just shout” M. E. Smith.
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The Conversation 23h
"We all know now that new technologies have made it easier than ever to influence elections … "What’s less visible is the extent to which they have made it easier for the wealthy to lobby more effectively for their interests.
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Stuart MacDonald, FRSA 23h
“A diplomacy of narcissism”... What happens to Influence when diplomacy is undermined.
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Stuart MacDonald, FRSA 23h
The Demolition of U.S. Diplomacy via
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Carl Miller Oct 20
When we talk about digital literacy+navigating the threats of the online world, we talk far too little about our own feelings and psychology. It's always about source-checking + critical thinking; much less about emotion, anger, identity can be more powerful drivers of behaviour.
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Stuart MacDonald, FRSA Oct 20
Joint Danish-French statement on leadership in the digital 21st century
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Stuart MacDonald, FRSA Oct 17
Replying to @anandMenon1
Everywhere is a unique case. It’s the read-across that’s wrong. EU is not the best at dealing with regional issues.
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The Royal Society Oct 16
New Royal Society analysis shows that Brexit is already having a negative impact on UK science:
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soniastolper Oct 16
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Stuart MacDonald, FRSA Oct 16
Budge up, great white males! MoMA goes global with an explosive $450m rehang.
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Stuart MacDonald, FRSA Oct 15
European Public Opinion Three Decades After the Fall of Communism
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Stuart MacDonald, FRSA Oct 15
How Macron discovered the soft power of the working class
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Stuart MacDonald, FRSA Oct 15
Don’t buy the rugs before you build the mosque (Tunisian)
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Carl Miller Oct 14
A lot of people have asked me this. So no - for the record I don't think that just autocratic regimes would edit wikipedia. Liberal democratic regimes do it too
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Oleg Shakirov Oct 14
The Ministry of Defense of Russia suggests to proclaim July 19 the Day of Russian America. This should "contribute to the development of Russian-American relations in the area of cultural diplomacy and humanitarian cooperation"
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Ilan Manor Oct 13
NEW BLOG POST: Should diplomats pay more attention to digital publics' 'knowledge Voyage'? Can we define digital as managing a nation's reputation as created by trusted source of information?
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Corneliu Bjola Oct 12
There's a new game in town: Countering with . v 👊
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MIT SHASS Oct 12
Via "Skepticism about objective truth remains tempting because it allows us to rationalize away our own bias." Why fact and reason matter for
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Matt Armstrong Oct 11
This is disturbing and reveals the depth of Fox’s role as a propaganda platform for Trump and, equally important, his enablers. You don’t have to watch the whole absurd thing, but do watch the last 7s for the reveal. Every propaganda study must include this clip. It has it all.
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Stuart MacDonald, FRSA Oct 12
Replying to @bengoldacre
That’s an urban möth?
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