Old-fashioned diplomacy worked within an important context: one where nation states understood their interests and identity, and furthered the former through strategic tactics. In highly interactive and information-rich environments, especially fostered through digital technologies, identities of actors and their interests change, and the task of diplomacy becomes difficult. For example, the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), relatively a new actor in global politics, has led the move to redefine security, traditionally understood as threats to nation states, towards a definition of human security, which speaks to the threats to the material comfort and dignity of human beings (UNDP 1994). Any understanding of human security would be incomplete without reference to the diplomatic corridors since the early 1990s, when UNDP coined this concept and advanced it through international meetings.