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Diplomat Magazine

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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

Rwanda Shining at Tourism Fair in the Netherlands

Rwanda’s travel companies, the Embassy of Rwanda in the Netherlands and the Rwanda Development Board (RDB) are showcasing Rwanda’s tourist attractions and experiences at the Vakantiebeurs Tourism Fair.

Textiles, dress and embroidery: universal languages with many dialects

The Textile Research Centre (TRC) in Leiden studies the skills of textile and garment production, and what people want to express when wearing their clothes, namely the language of dress. It is a knowledge centre that is actively involved in the preservation, interpretation and future of this specific, but universal part of cultural heritage.

Leonardo’s Faces-Chantalle Shen-Ai Kaljee

Chantalle Shen-Ai Kaljee work with passion at Leonardo Royal Hotel The Hague, after graduate from HotelSchool. Chantalle talks about her impression of diplomatic events.

Lessons from Ukraine

John Dunkelgrün reflections on new year. “Let us hope the new year will be better than the last one”, was a wish one could hear from almost everyone since January 1st, 2023. It is easy to understand with so many things going wrong in the previous one.

Revolutionizing Traditional Diplomacy

Public diplomacy comes to renew the bureaucratic, passive and hermetic traditional diplomacy.

Power of the Female State Presidents – Finland

By Sara AlDhahri Despite widespread worldwide initiatives, such as those focused on ending poverty and expanding access to education, the humankind continues to struggle with...

Keep calm and carry on!

By Alexandra Paucescu From our first encounter, at a long walk in Tiergarten, Berlin’s popular park, Olivia seemed to me the kind of woman who...

Optimism Beyond Optimism: Illusive Dream of UNSC Reforms

By Sanvit Shah Recent conflict in Ukraine has, once again, revealed the inability of intergovernmental organizations in ensuring peace, security, and stability. This is particularly...

30 years of the Slovak Republic in freedom, democracy, with free elections – and in security

30 years of the Slovak Republic's democracy commented by H.E. Marián Jakubócy.

The Permanent Court of Arbitration: A Steadfast Pillar of the International Rules-Based Order

The Permanent Court of Arbitration (“PCA”) is one of the institutional pillars of the peaceful settlement of international disputes, a foundational principle of our international legal order. With 122 contracting parties, the PCA is an intergovernmental organization created to facilitate arbitration and other peaceful means of dispute resolution.

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