Despite its size, Iceland has emerged as a pioneer of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technologies. As part of its ‘Pathway to COP’ programme, the World Economic Series (WES) hosted by Diplomat magazine and PPP explored how Iceland’s experience can inform other countries seeking to
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Ambassadors and High Commissioners from over 80 countries (and diplomats from over 100 countries) attended the IHG DIPLOMAT magazine 2022 Awards Ceremony in the Ballroom of The Biltmore, Mayfair on Monday 25 April. DIPLOMAT presented 10 awards to some of the most
VOTING IS NOW OPEN for the DIPLOMAT of the YEAR AWARDS 2022.
The link to the nomination form is above.
Now in its twelfth year, the Diplomat of the Year Awards are awards handed to Heads of Mission and diplomats that have been voted for by
Bangladesh High Commissioner Saida Muna Tasneem called upon the Mayor of London to declare the 21 February as ‘London Multilingual Day’ during an event organised by the Bangladesh High Commission, in partnership with UK National Commission for UNESCO to commemorate the Language Martyrs’ Day and
Ambassador of Uzbekistan His Excellency Said Rustamov discusses three decades of growing diplomatic engagement between the UK and Uzbekistan
The Times’s Michael Binyon says the issue of the Elgin Marbles signals a clear shift in public opinion on what to do with treasures and artefacts transferred to museums in Europe
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In the context of Global Britain's lofty goals, Lawrence Dore (London) and Tamlin Vickers (Brussels) of DRD Partnership offer an informative update on the UK’s record on post-Brexit trade
Following its departure from the EU at the beginning of 2021, the UK has embarked upon an unprecedented
Dr Clare Jackson, Senior Tutor of Trinity Hall, Cambridge University, offers a riveting insight into foreign diplomats’ perceptions of seventeenth-century England
Few seventeenth-century diplomats relished the prospect of London as their next posting. In 1652, England was nicknamed ‘Devil-Land’, or ‘Duyvel-Landt’, by an anonymous Dutch pamphleteer. Reversing familiar