Richard C. Holbrooke Forum Seminar
The Digital Diplomacy Project—Power, Innovation, and Order in a Networked World
Digital disruption has upset long held concepts of national sovereignty, international conflict, opinion-forming, and decision-making. Governments are increasingly confused by the unfamiliar challenge of operating in a world in which traditional geopolitics clashes and merges with technological revolution and ubiquitous global networks. What will statecraft and diplomacy look like in a world in which the very foundation of global dynamics and the relations among the world’s peoples are likely to change fundamentally? Is world order at risk? Or will a different kind of order emerge, an order unlike any other we have seen so far?
In cooperation with the International Centre for Defence and Security (ICDS)