Communications Technology and World Politics

Here at World Politics Review, one of the subjects we find most fascinating is the manner in which information and communications technology is changing international relations and world politics. This op-ed by Moisés Naim in the Los Angeles Times last Thursday got us thinking about how video distributed online is an increasingly important part of the communications strategies of global political actors: governments; NGOs; terrorist groups; and even individuals. We knew we had read many news articles and opinion pieces in the last several months about this phenomenon, many of which cited specific examples, and we wanted to revisit some […]

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