10 Lines on E-Diplomacy

The rise of digitalization and technology had led to several changes in the nation. Technologies are setting their wings in each and every field of development. E-Diplomacy can be considered as a sub group of E-Governance. It could be proved helpful for the Government.

Here, I’m providing ten simple lines in the form of sets on E-Diplomacy in very easy language for your quick understanding.

Ten Lines on E-Diplomacy in English

Set 1

1) E-Diplomacy is also referred as Electronic Diplomacy or Digital Diplomacy.

2) Making use of Internet to achieve diplomatic objectives is termed as E-Diplomacy.

3) E-Diplomacy uses Internet and Communication technologies (ICT) in international policy making.

4) Some summits that were held virtually are SAARC, G20 and Non-Aligned Movement.

5) It is an efficient way to carry out functions of diplomats virtually.

6) It is used to promote Bilateral or multilateral relations between countries.

7) At the time of Covid pandemic it is used to connect internationally.

8) Diplomats can communicate without connecting physically.

9) E-Diplomacy is prone to cyber-attack like hacking.

10) It saves efficient time of the diplomats.


Set 2

1) It refers to handling international relations with the help of technology.

2) The first foreign ministry to adopt E-Diplomacy is US state department in 2002.

3) It is cost saving as huge amount of government money is used in travelling.

4) It reduces productivity as face-to-face interaction is not possible.

5) Negotiation can be a major issue in E-Diplomacy.

6) However, it is less effective than the traditional diplomacy.

7) E-Diplomacy can face security threats like data leaking.

8) During pandemic, E-Diplomacy was the need of hour.

9) It is used to improve diplomatic affairs between countries digitally.

10) E-diplomacy can be helpful for foreign ministers, embassies or other groups.


The use of twitter (social site) by the government and its officials is referred as Twitter diplomacy or ‘twiplomacy’. According to a study in 2002, there are 264 twitter accounts of head of state and government across 125 countries. In 2020, study showed a huge diplomatic presence of Government and members on twitter which was about 98 percent.

FAQs: Frequently Asked Questions

Q.1 What is the purpose of E-Diplomacy?

Ans. The purpose of diplomacy is to resolve issues, negotiate and take necessary decisions on behalf of other foreign countries without meeting them physically.

Q.2 Which country has the most diplomatic missions?

Ans. China has the highest number of diplomatic missions.