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DIPLOMAT MAGAZINE “For diplomats, by diplomats” Reaching out the world from the European Union First diplomatic publication based in The Netherlands. Founded by members of the diplomatic corps on June 19th, 2013. "Diplomat Magazine is inspiring diplomats, civil servants and academics to contribute to a free flow of ideas through an extremely rich diplomatic life, full of exclusive events and cultural exchanges, as well as by exposing profound ideas and political debates in our printed and online editions." Dr. Mayelinne De Lara, Publisher

Grotius would have supported Restitution, Hegel would oppose it

By H.E. Mr. Yusuf Tuggar, Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in Germany. The subject of restitution of Africa’s stolen cultural properties is not...

Of Health and Nuclear Holocaust

A state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. Definition of Health, Preamble of the World...

The Viking Lady with a Medal

Ms. Tone Korssund-Eichinger receiving ‘The Federal Cross of Merit’ by the head of protocol of the Federal Foreign Office, Konrad Arz von Straussenburg, on...

What next for Myanmar?

By Dr J Scott Younger. I was attracted by a line from an old Japanese poem “If all the world are brothers, why are wind and...

How 429 women in Africa participate in a paint contest

Text and images by Carine Ouvry-Bormans. 429 women!  This year 429 women took part in the yearly paint contest in Siby, a village about one...

Leonardo Royal Hotel Den Haag Promenade – 50 years of diplomatic mission

Known to many as “The Hague’s Diplomatic Hub”, the international vocation of the Leonardo Royal Hotel Den Haag Promenade is truly embedded in its roots. In earlier times, the hotel used to be a private royal lodge owned by the first King of the Netherlands, and later by his son – King Willem II.

An unthinkable thought

By John Dunkelgrün. Growing up in The Netherlands in the second half of the 20th century, a generally left leaning liberal democracy, I came to...

As COVID-19 spread around the world, a question was asked: Can diplomacy work over a webcam?

By Vangelis Vitalis, New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade’s Deputy Secretary, Trade and Economic. Through 2021 he is also APEC Senior Officials’ Meeting chair.  New Zealand is...

ISIS: How the Group is Getting Stronger

By Patricia Pazos. The threat of ISIS is escalating worldwide, slowly but firmly. ISIS has proven effective and adaptable over the years, and while the...

Anticipating water hot spots in the world will help prevent conflict

By Susanne Schmeier. Water insecurity is rising worldwide. This affects people’s, communities’ and entire countries’ livelihoods, food and energy security as well as overall economic...

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