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The primary aim of this article is to analyze the Twitter communication strategy and its efficiency. The authors took into consideration four Ministers of foreign affairs from Great Britain, Poland, Ukraine, and Russia (their private accounts have also been examined). However, considering that Ministers of Poland and Russia did not have their own Twitter accounts (Witold Waszczykowski and Siergiej Lawrow), authors decided to analyze private accounts of Great Britain’s and Ukrainian’s Ministers (Boris Johnson and Pavlo Klimkin). All examined profiles are accredited. Because of the popularity of Twitter and the appearance of the new type of diplomacy, which involves social networking sites, the authors attempted to make a qualitative and quantitative analysis of given accounts. The results present the effectivity index and also show that spontaneously published messages on social media have a significant impact on how state institutions convey content. What is more, the qualitative and quantitative analysis and the effectivity index allows to present the tools needed for e-diplomacy on Twitter.

effective index of insulin resistance in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus: a preliminary report. Cardiovasc Diabetol 12: 21, 2013. 38. Iwata M, Maeda S, Kamura Y et al. Genetic risk score constructed using 14 susceptibility alleles for type 2 diabetes is associated with the early onset of diabetes and may predict the future requirement of insulin injections among Japanese individuals. Diabetes Care 35: 1763-1770, 2012. 39. Anderwald C, Anderwald-Stadler M, Promintzer M et al. The Clamp-Like Index: a novel and highly sensitive insulin sensitivity index to calculate

statement of Marczinka (2011) that teams with a higher frequency of permitted fouls are more successful, keeping this limitation in mind that we investigated only single events/game actions and not the final game result. While the definitions of foul situations in Brack (2008) are slightly unclear, our data support a neutral weighting of the factor foul in a model predicting team success. Thus, the positive weighting of fouls in the game-effectivity-index of Brack (2008) should be interpreted with caution. Furthermore, our results are in line with the statement of Claude