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Thom Woodroofe speaks with one of US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s top advisers about e-diplomacy in the Asia-Pacific. What it means is that it’s my job to figure out how we can harness technology in service of our diplomatic and development goals, and figure out how we can take non-traditional approaches to solving seemingly intractable foreign policy challenges. Well it’s interesting. When Hillary Clinton became the Secretary of State, one of the first things she recognised was that our statecraft was no longer bound by vast distances or by national borders. So what she said we had to do was account for the rise of non-state based threats and the disruptions caused by the increasing ubiquity and power of our communications network; and to do so, we’ve built an agenda around that, which we call ‘21st Century Statecraft’.