Relaciones Internacionales – Comunicación Internacional

28 enero, 2020
por Felipe Sahagún
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Just War, Unjust Soldiers, & American Public Opinion, with Scott D. Sagan

Carnegie Council for Ethics in Int Affairs

ADAM READ-BROWN: Hello, and welcome to another episode in our Ethics & International Affairs (EIA) interview series, sponsored by Carnegie Council. My name is Adam Read-Brown, and I’m the editor of Ethics & International Affairs, the Council’s quarterly peer-reviewed journal, published by Cambridge University Press. Continuar leyendo →

27 enero, 2020
por Felipe Sahagún
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Cyberdiplomacy (Shaun Riordan y Mario Torres)

 

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Cyberdiplomacy – the book@CyberdiplomacyB
Key issues in (ICANN, net neutrality, encryption, data protection, unacceptable content) are not technical. They require diplomats engaging at an international level, as and show. report on : http://www.ieeiweb.eu/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/Cyberdiplomacy_enero.pdf 
 
 

26 enero, 2020
por Felipe Sahagún
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Asia in 2020 (Institut Montaigne)

Institut Montaigne’s Asia Program has been active for a year. We conduct policy analysis and advocacy work in the public interest of France and Europe, which includes those of citizens and companies. Our starting point is the observation that key European public policy debates – on innovation, industrial and competition policies, technology transfers, global governance, the international security agenda – are in need of a solid understanding of China and Asia, and of in-depth discussions with international partners. Continuar leyendo →

25 enero, 2020
por Felipe Sahagún
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Breaking News: Mastering the art of disruptive innovation in journalism (Nieman)

Harvard Business School professor Clayton M. Christensen’s theory of disruptive innovation provides a framework to understand how businesses grow, become successful, and falter as nimble start-ups muscle in on their customers. It’s a familiar story, one that has played out in the steel and auto industries, among others. Now Christensen, in collaboration with 2012 Martin Wise Goodman Canadian Nieman Fellow David Skok, has applied his analysis to the news industry. Their goal in “Breaking News” is to encourage news executives to apply the lessons of disruption to the media industry as a means of charting new paths to survival and success. Continuar leyendo →