The digital age has revolutionized world diplomacy, much as aeroplanes did after the First World War.
It has often been said that the internet is revolutionising national borders and international relations. Is this really the
case? And if so, how? It is not the first time that the invention or exploitation of a new field of communication, action and interaction has raised questions about the status quo to which individuals, companies and states are accustomed. But each time this has happened, the actors have adapted, not been overwhelmed.