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Cyber Diplomacy - A Growing Professional Skill

The practice of international relations and diplomacy now demands that practitioners be skilled in art and science of Cyber Diplomacy. This has made Cyber Diplomacy a rapidly evolving domain of knowledge.

Cyber Diplomacy Newsletter
Cyber Diplomacy Newsletter
Dec. 20, 2012 - PRLog -- The demand for diplomats skilled in the art and science of cyber diplomacy is growing as the world becomes more interconnected and relents on the electronic communication that flow over the Internet.  Many people do not realize there are more countries connected to the Internet than there are members of the United Nations – that according to the latest edition of the CIA World FactBook!

Link  https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/rankorder/2184rank.html

Did you know there are virtual embassies?  That is just one aspect of the rapidly evolving domain of cyber diplomacy.  In order to address this domain The Technolytics Institute created an eAdvisory which is a first of its kind publication.  Today, Technolytics announced the release of their December 2012 issue of Today’s Diplomat.  After the 2012 delivery of 4 Cyber Diplomacy training programs to government staff in 40 countries, the need for updated information and insight into this new tool of government rose to a level that required action.  Today’s Diplomat is an eAdvisory that is specifically crafted to track the evolution of cyber diplomacy and cover issues, trends and events in the art and science of cyber diplomacy.  

The publication can be downloaded at - http://todaysdiplomat.wordpress.com/

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