Published in journal "International relations", 2013-3 in rubric "Interests and values", pages 369-376.
Resume: Information guarantees of foreign policy provide the state with the factual data on target audience (domestic and foreign) in order to gain, protect and manage information via the communication channels. Informatization of Brazil in early XXI century facilitated the use of foreign political communication management, social diplomacy, inter-cultural communications for the development of foreign political relations with the EU states. Formation of the information-efficient government and embassy websites of Brazil, which were aimed at the foreign audiences in the EU, facilitated the bilateral contacts between two regions, including economic, political, scientific and cultural projects. By improving the quality of government and embassy websites and information agencies for the foreign audiences, Brazil has managed to improve the general level of social diplomacy by network communication with the European audience.
Keywords: information guarantees, Brazil, the EU, strategic partnership, bilateral relations, image-making, information agencies, embassy websites, inter-cultural communications, blogs.
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