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International Standing of Dutch Universities: Always a Bridesmaid?

By Richard T. Griffiths (Associate Editor Diplomat Magazine and Professor International  Studies, LeidenUniversity). Earlier this year, the influential Times Higher Educational Supplement (THES) published its...

EUROPOL

By Michel QULLÉ, Deputy Director Operations, Europol, The Hague. First of all, I would like to say that I am honoured and proud to contribute...

Gun Control: Dividing America

By Mitesh D. Mistry.  There has been much talk about America's 'culture of violence'. Through violent video games, graphic movies and fictional stories, it seems...

Pope Francis attracts 500,000 tourists to Rio de Janeiro.

Official diplomatic sources informed Diplomat Magazine that at least 500,000 tourists will fly to Rio de Janeiro during Pope Francis’ visit, to celebrate the...

FINE ARTS. Sarina Missot

Sarina Missot - Get your vision. After a while of looking around in one of Sarina Missots (1981) overwhelming hallucinations of lines, color and movement, you increasingly...

FINE ARTS. Miguel Wetzel (Lima 1951)

By John Dunkelgrün. Diplomat Magazine’s fine arts Editor. ARTANA Latin American fine art. Miguel Wetzel Gayoso, Los caballos de paso,  The paso horses of Peru. When people think...

PC Refresh for diplomats

PC Refresh - The cost-effective and sustainable alternative to buying new computers The current economic climate calls for an innovative approach to save on costs...

Youth unemployment and geographic mobility in the EU

EUKN Publication The current recession has increased unemployment levels in the EU Member States. Young people are hit hardest: one out of three young people...

Mackinder’s Heartland vs. Rimland and the nature of contemporary Sino-Pakistani relations

By Syeda Dhanak Fatima Hashmi. China has played a crucial role in maintaining regional peace and security by upholding its concept of an inclusive, cooperative...

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