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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

President Agius meets with United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres

Arusha, The Hague, 8 June 2022 - The President of the International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals (Mechanism), Judge Carmel Agius, met yesterday with the Secretary-General of...

Fraud with sale of used cars in Czech Republic halted with Eurojust support

The Prague police started investigations into the scam in 2019, after complaints by victims, who had paid deposits for the purchase of an imported used vehicle, which was never delivered.

The 2022  Africa Day Celebration 

On the Occasion of Africa Day 2022, H.E. Ms. Irene F. M. Kasyanju, Ambassador of the United Republic of Tanzania in the Netherlands and Dean of the African Diplomatic Corps, organized a reception in Wassenaar on 31st May 2022.

Life in the time of mania

By John Dunkelgrün Every now and then societies succumb to a collective madness, often accompanied by a general suspension of disbelief. “Witches” were tortured, burnt...

Constitutional Reforms – Will of the Electorate and Requirement

The past week in the life of our Uzbek parliament has been full of significant events for long-term development and strengthening of constitutional and legal foundations, as well as large-scale and rapid democratic transformations in the country

Ukrainian crisis –Meanings, Consequences, Outcome

Every aspect of the global balance of power, security architecture, and geopolitical dynamics is challenged by the Russian - Ukraine conflict.

OPEC and International Law

Many countries experienced an energy crisis in 2021, and although there is greater diversity in primary energy production, a total transition away from oil is impractical, if not impossible, for the next few decades. That is where OPEC’s relative power shines through as its members' proven crude oil reserves account for nearly 80% of global reserves as per OPEC’s 2018 reports. How is OPEC perceived through the scope of international law?

War between Russia and Ukraine: Analyzing Information and International Relations

On February 24, 2022, Russia began what it calls a special military operation in Ukraine, but which other countries generally regard as a war. In this piece, in the form of an interview, Professor Maria Repnikova examines said military conflict, while stressing the relevance of information and various aspects in the sphere of international relations.

The Latin American Table, Sonia Meijer inspiration

Sonia Meijar founded The Latin American Table at Nieuwe of Littéraire Sociëteit De Witte a traditional club in The Hague to promote El Salvador and other countries in the region.

A world for everyone to live with dignity

The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Bolivia, Rogelio Mayta, explains that Bolivia seeks to consolidate its participation in the international agenda through the deployment and visibility of People's Diplomacy for life, strengthening ties with States, within the framework of its proactive and purposeful role reinforced since 2006.

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