James Landale, diplomatic correspondent, BBC News asks if traditional diplomacy has had its day, and explores what diplomats have to do to adapt and
APCO Worldwide Executive Director Simon McGee considers the lessons and challenges for governments eager to play the most volatile of games: sports diplomacy.
The Times’ Michael Binyon asks if statesmen can change perceptions of their country by bowing, kneeling, apologising or laying wreaths on national monuments and memorials?
As his country holds the current Presidency of the Council of the EU, Ambassador of Finland Markku Keinänen says even small countries like his
100 Years on, Ambassador of Afghanistan Said T. Jawad says a vision of modernity and independence has been realised in his country
Kenya’s High Commissioner, Manoah Esipisu MBS, reports that Commonwealth Ministers agree to deliver on an equality agenda
The country’s High Commissioner Manisha Gunasekera reports from their Investment Forum 2019 held at the London Stock Exchange
Co-Chairman of Universal Defence and Security Solutions General Sir Richard Barrons KCB, CBE considers how nations and militaries should configure in a more dangerous
Former UK Ambassador Charles Crawford CMG discusses the ongoing absurdity of the hokey-cokey of Brexit
WESTMINSTER REFLECTIONS: Bernard Jenkin MP places Brexit aside and addresses Extinction Rebellion’s demands