DOI 10.37749/2308-9636-2020-3(207)-2

Sosnin A. V. Governance of the modern state: the role of digital technologies

Today the whole set of political, legal, educational and economic relations in society and the state is absorbed by its information and communication space. It is in it that all the terms and concepts of the various sciences that study the material and virtual worlds are interpreted, and it is obvious that political science cannot stand aside in this process. In the turbulent conditions of transformation of socio-political processes, it differentiates and integrates the problems that form its structural content the activities of government and its relations with civil society; political institutions, processes and systems; technologies of political activity and motivation of political behavior of leaders; political aspects of international relations; national security and the establishment of supranational power structures in the nation-state. All this and much of what is not named / mentioned is of interest to political science, which today, in particular, conceptualizes various ideas of organizing a global information and communication space in which information is generated, interpreted and consumed, interacting with informational scientists, economics, etc. all spheres of socio-political activity.

The article attempts to reveal the importance of the role of digital technologies in the transition from the model of e-government to digital: from a form of interaction to a new form of communication.

Leading countries of the world have already proved that the implementation and management of new information and communication technologies (ICT) requires society to fully concentrate and mobilize attention to the development of information and communication, as the goal is to cover the whole set of research and educational processes of political and economic life. Relationships related to the creation, accumulation, storage, processing, dissemination and protection of all types of information have always been present everywhere, but in modern conditions they have acquired special qualities and affect all spheres of society, affecting the rights of different groups and generations. In particular, the importance of human and social rights and states related to the circulation of information, such as freedom of expression, the right to information and access to information, the right to privacy, political or socio-economic rights, is growing significantly.

Key words: digital technologies, information and communication technologies, modern state, new forms of communication.