Governments are increasingly making use of digital channels in their foreign policy efforts. We wanted to understand who was most active in democratic governments around the world and who actually engaged with foreign citizens in dialogue. America leads the way in terms of creating and broadcasting content, but surprisingly, Australia leads the way in actually engaging in dialogue with citizens in another country.
You can read the report on our blog here
and we've shared some stories below talking about Digital Diplomacy; an area of increasing interest by citizens and governments. Our next project will look at non-democratic governments using social media for foreign policy communications.