James Landale, Diplomatic Correspondent, BBC News, provides a commentary on the diplomacy surrounding the Afghanistan evacuation
With regards to Afghanistan, Sir Bernard Jenkin MP asks what is the task that now falls to democratic nations?
Harold Cluff discusses why the West could have much to learn from the mysterious founder of the Taliban
Former Diplomatic Editor of The Times Michael Binyon visits Rwanda 25 years on, offering a moving account of the country’s recovery
Pakistan’s two-time former High Commissioner Wajid Shamsul Hasan reports on the region
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.
The UK is already one of the world’s most ethnically diverse countries,
but mass migration in Europe is causing a huge increase in demand for
interpreter services, reports Nick Burchell of Clear Voice