Ambassador of Equitorial Guinea Mrs Mari Cruz Evauna Andeme writes an account inspired by this year’s Africa Day theme of ‘Female Rights and Equality’
To Tweet or Not to Tweet? High Commissioner for Cyprus Mr Euripides Evriviades asks whether this is the question.
Diplomat speaks to the Austrian Ambassador about the Embassy’s 150 Years at 18 Belgrave Square, London SW1
West India Committee envoy Robert McLaughlin discusses the importance of history in enabling us to understand the cyclical nature of climate change.
Former UK Ambassador Charles Crawford comments on diplomacy in the age of chaotic transparency
Following the publication of a recent report, Lewis Brooks and Dr Felicity Daly say that the Commonwealth approach to LGBT rights emphasises respectful dialogue, building consensus and providing practical support to policymakers and diplomats.
Former Diplomatic Editor at The Times, Michael Binyon, explains how the tightening of border controls and the growing nationalist mood in Europe are threatening the future of Schengen.
As his posting draws to a close, Ambassador of Hungary Péter Szabadhegy outlines the activities surrounding Becket Week
High Commissioner for the Seychelles Ms Marie-Pierre Lloyd says they are a small nation with a big agenda
As the organisation prepares to select a new Secretary-General, CEO of the Brazzaville Foundation Sir David Richmond asks whether this is the turning point or status quo.
The world has been watching with fascination or foreboding the extraordinary presidential campaign in the US and the acrimonious