War in 140 Characters: How Social Media is Reshaping Conflict in the Twenty-First Century

7 November 2019 - 17.00-18.30 - Room 1 – Council of Europe – Interpretation FR/EN/RU

The World Forum for Democracy 2019 is delighted to host a Conversation with David Patrikarakos within the framework of this year’s Forum. The event will take place at 17.00 on Thursday 7th November in Room 1 of the Palais de l’Europe and will be followed by a reception. The Conversation will centre around David’s most recent book “War in 140 Characters: How Social Media is Reshaping Conflict in the Twenty First Century” and will be moderated by writer and columnist Jean-Paul Marthoz.

David Patrikarakos is an author, journalist and broadcaster with extensive experience in international affairs. He has worked for the Daily Beast and Politico Europe as well as being the Poynter Fellow at Yale University and a Non-Resident Fellow in the School of Iranian Studies, at the University of St. Andrews. “War in 140 Characters” is his second book and has received international acclaim. His first book was called “Nuclear Iran: The Birth of an Atomic State” and was named the New York

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Conversation with David Patrikarakos
Palais de l'Europe, Room 1 7 November 2019 - 17.00-18.30
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speaker speaker
Patrikarakos David

David PATRIKARAKOS

Author, journalist and broadcaster

David Patrikarakos is an author, journalist and broadcaster with an extensive track record in international affairs. His latest book War in 140 Characters: How Social Media is Reshaping Conflict in 21st Century was published in November 2017 and received international acclaim. It is in the process of being turned into a major TV series.

moderator moderator
Marthoz Jean-Paul

Jean-Paul MARTHOZ

Columnist with Le Soir and writer

Belgium

rapporteur rapporteur
LEY Claire

Claire LEY

Student, Sciences Po Strasbourg

France