2016 is shaping up to be a year of the “angry voter” in the West, as evidenced by such phenomena as Donald Trump’s ascent through the Republican Party’s presidential nominating process in the US, the high poll ratings for a possible British exit (
Social media needs to be an integral part of any communication strategy, but too many people rely on it for just for broadcasting their message instead of truly engaging.
Daan Smolders is part of the team behind the EU Monitor, a tool that keeps stakeholders up to date with European legislation.
Recent terrorist attacks around the world – including Paris, Beirut and Metrojet Flight 9268 – were marked not only by their cruelty but also the use of social media before, during and after the attacks.
Presenting a consistent image over time through the UK’s famously trivialising, variety-seeking, sceptical and antagonistic media is not easy for any organisation.
Young generations of Europeans apparently show little interest in politics. We don’t trust politicians and in most pre-election polls in Europe, young people generally express the view that voting will have no impact on their daily lives.
Launched only 48 hours after Russian troops took control of vital installations across the Crimean peninsula in March, the Ukraine Crisis Media Centre (www.uacrisis.org) was set up by a volunteer team of commu
Communication is the currency of politics.
The multiple nominations for Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln biopic at this year’s Oscars is a reminder of just how important – and popular – a role strong narratives play in the history of American politics.
Last year you were awarded the French Legion of Honour – congratulations!