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?
Executive Director for Tata Ltd Dr David Landsman OBE says Tata remains firmly part of your diplomatic family
TRAVEL: Venetia van Kuffeler learns about the extraordinary Shakti Indus
Valley Trek in the Himalayas
The City of London Corporation’s Special Adviser for Asia Sherry Madera considers what some Asian countries think about Brexit
Venetia van Kuffeler dines at London's oldest Indian restaurant, Veeraswamy
Diplomat identifies the ideal private rooms and event spaces for the festive season and beyond
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.
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
Executive Director of the Independent Permanent Human Rights Commission, Marghoob Butt, says the international community must unite
to defeat anti-religious hatred
Chairman of the Mexican Chamber of Commerce in Great Britain, Yves Hayaux du Tilly, writes about its role in the promotion of bilateral trade and investment between the two countries