Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Diplomatist - July 2018

Publisher: LB Associates Pvt Ltd.
Category: News, Politics
Language: English
Frequency : Monthly

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Diplomatist is a monthly magazine that has created a niche where there was none. It is the only comprehensive magazine that brings to fore current domestic and international policy and leadership thoughts driving governance and business houses, not just in India, but the world over. The magazine focuses on international relations, economic trends and offers non-partisan perspective, while sharing the diplomatic endeavours that go in its fruition. We publish sectoral and country reports based on business market intelligence. Specialties: Diplomacy, Current/Foreign Affairs, Geo-Political Analysis, Socio-Economic Affairs, International Relations, Interviews (Ministers, Diplomats), Industry Reports, Global Footprint, Cultural Diplomacy, International Events/Conference/Summit, Public Policy

The United States has, for most of the twentieth and all of the twenty-fi rst century, been a vanguard of the liberal world order, promoting rule of law, democracy and respect for human rights in countries across the world through both diplomatic and military means. However, it is becoming increasingly apparent that the America of today is not the America of yesterday. The former leader of the international regime established after the end of the Second World War has now turned within. The fact that Donald Trump, the newly elected President of the United States, is at the centre of this shift is not surprising. His 'Make America Great Again' campaign rhetoric was hard to miss.

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