Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Diplomatist - May 2017

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

This issue of the Diplomatist is a tribute to Europe in commemoration of Europe Day on May 9. The Cover Story is an interview with H.E. Mr Nicos Anastasiades, Honourable President of Cyprus, who talks about his visit to India and the country’s special relationship to Cyprus. H.E. Mr Tomasz Kozlowski, EU Ambassador to India and Bhutan, shares his thoughts on how to take Indo-European relations forward and reflects on where Europe is heading. The Europe Edition further features articles on European defence cooperation, the many elections of 2017 and Europe’s relations with Turkey. Dr Jaworski contrasts British and European expectations from the upcoming Brexit negotiations. Lord Popat of the House of Lords looks beyond Brexit and evaluates how Britain and India can further strengthen their ties while Labour politician Seema Malhotra reflects on whether Brexit was really the answer to Britain's challenges.


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