Jean-Marc Ayrault, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Development, will open the “Digital Quai d’Orsay” event on November 22.» Read more ...
The term diplomacy covers several activities, including representing and promoting the country’s interests, informing its authorities, negotiating, interacting with local civil society and notably opinion leaders, and protecting citizens.
Digital diplomacy is an extension to traditional diplomacy. It is based on innovations and the usages resulting from information and communication technology (ICT). However, the digital tool is not considered a mere means of communicating information. It contributes to transforming diplomacy.
Digital diplomacy is a priority of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MAE), which has implemented numerous initiatives in this area. Digital diplomacy covers very varied areas:
digital technology and international issues;
digital soft diplomacy;
digital diplomacy and knowledge management;
the MAE’s online public service offer.
Updated : November 2013
In this section
- Africa Development and Digital Days, 2016 (26-28.10.16)
- Digital diplomacy – “Digital Quai d’Orsay” (22.11.16)
- Digital diplomacy conference – “Digital technology, a challenge at the heart of soft power” at the Quai d’Orsay (03.05.16)
- Digital technology is a core challenge of soft power diplomacy (03.05.16)
- Soft power – Digital sphere - 4M Paris Meetings (20-21.04.16)
- Development – Digital technology – Presentation by Annick Girardin and Axelle Lemaire of the Development and Digital Technology action plan (15.12.15)
- The digital future of Alliances françaises (29.01.15)
- Internet governance – Decision by the ICANN Board (27.03.14)
- Internet Governance - Joint statement by Laurent Fabius and Fleur Pellerin (18.03.14)
- Launch of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ new Twitter console (24.02.14)
- "Diplomatie" web portal (10.02.14)
- The French Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ prize-winning use of social networks (12.13)