Simon McGee takes a look at Jeremy Hunt’s surefooted start at the helm of the FCO
The end of October marks the centenary of a state that ceased to exist 25 years ago. Is it a reason to celebrate? Ambassador of Slovakia Ľubomír Rehák says both Slovakia and the Czech Republic remember their common state with great respect and gratitude.
Following the results of the EU referendum, we have read a lot regarding Britain’s declining influence on the global stage. But not so when it comes to education, says The Times’s former Diplomatic Correspondent, Michael Binyon
Sir Bernard Jenkin MP discusses the policy shift on how the UK uses international aid
Luke Oades reports on the South Asia and Middle East Forum’s recent Bahrain event, chaired by Khalid Nadeem in May at the Royal Air Force Club
Following a visit to the UK earlier this summer, First Secretary (Press) at the Zambia High Commission, Abigail Chaponda, discusses her First Lady’s passions, duties and responsibilities
Former UK Ambassador Charles Crawforddiscusses one of the hardest thematic issues in diplomacy: the politics of ‘decompression’