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GIZ donates personal protective equipment to 18 towns and municipalities

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Belgrade, 23 November 2020 – The German Development Cooperation (GIZ) has delivered safety masks, gloves, face shields, disinfectants, and contactless thermometers to local self-government units and social care facilities in 18 towns and municipalities. The personal protective equipment against Covid-19 comes at a time when infections are on the rise again, as a form of support for social care workers. This donation was awarded under the Social Services for Vulnerable Groups German-Serbian Development Cooperation Project and consists of 50,000 safety masks, 50,000 pairs of gloves, 1,900 face shields, 1,800 litres of disinfectants and 230 contactless thermometers. “It is extremely important for employees in social protection and in local self-governments to have adequate personal protective equipment to be able to support vulnerable social groups. Considering that vulnerable social groups are at a higher risk of exposure to Covid-19, our project will continue to cooperate with towns an..

49th UAE National Day 2020 is a day of happiness throughout the United Arab...

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The UAE people celebrate their 49th UAE National Day 2020 on the 2nd of December every year. In July 1971, six of the Trucial States (Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Umm al-Quwain, Ajman, and Fujairah) agreed on a Federal Constitution for achieving independence as the United Arab Emirates. The UAE national day is basically a celebration of the union of the six estates while Ras Al Khaimah joins these six estates on 10th Feb1972. Continue reading 49th UAE National Day 2020 is a day of happiness throughout the United Arab Emirates at Diplomacy&Commerce.

Soft Power Policies of East Asian Titans

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Soft Power is a widely discussed and equally disputed concept as various scholars have their personal interpretation upon the power of attraction. Joseph Nye has associated soft power with i) culture, ii) political values, and iii) foreign policies of a country. China, Japan, and (Republic of) Korea rank the highest in the list of Intangible Heritages indicating their rich cultural identity. The cultural identity like Confucian values gets interwoven with political ideas of respect and help build working morality that influences their foreign policies. Japanese Anime such as Doraemon and Pokémon are extremely famous and Korean K-Pop such as Gangnam Style became the most liked video on YouTube. TikTok has brought China into the race of audio-visual diplomacy. National identity and political views are promoted through audio-visual instruments such as movies, paintings, songs while some of them are despised as political propaganda. The countries which have higher Gross Domestic Prod..

Sinergija 20 – The future is in education

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The twentieth in a row, Sinergija, the largest regional IT conference, ended after two conference days with an excellent response from the audience. Over 2600 online visitors have been registered, which indicates a great interest of the audience for the digital format and quality content. This year’s conference, titled as Sinergija 20. Digital. Since Always., had the central BusinessandIT segment, numerous technical sessions and a special segment dedicated to education. Continue reading Sinergija 20 – The future is in education at Diplomacy&Commerce.

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  • Soft Power Policies of East Asian Titans December 1, 2020
    Soft Power is a widely discussed and equally disputed concept as various scholars have their personal interpretation upon the power of attraction. Joseph Nye has associated soft power with i) culture, ii) political values, and iii) foreign policies of a country. China, Japan, and (Republic of) Korea rank the highest in the list of Intangible […]
  • Digital Diplomacy: The Road to Future or an Interim Measure? November 30, 2020
    With introduction of internet, the world has irreversibly changed, leaving not one stone unturned. The development of digital technologies meant that manner in which we communicate and behave was reshaped, and continues to do so with the introduction of every development in this field. With the appearance of COVID-19, the world has shifted from offline […]
  • Nostalgia’s Role in Digital Diplomacy November 26, 2020
    Nostalgia is a basic human emotion. Strangely, it is a combination of two contradictory emotions- a sweet longing for the past and a pain emanating from the fact that the past can never be fully experienced again. Throughout history, nostalgia has served as a social and political tool, a means of gathering support by promising […]