Associate Director of the London Centre of International Law Practice Mahmoud Abdou discusses International Law and the Territorial Gains and Losses of Non-State Actors in Africa and the Middle East
Principal and Vice Chancellor of Glasgow Caledonian University Pamela Gillies CBE FRSE discusses how to nurture graduates as ethical leaders supporting prosperity, equality of opportunity and health
Founder and Chairman of the Brazzaville Foundation Jean-Yves Ollivier discusses his experiences of informal diplomacy and his involvement in peace efforts in Africa over the past 40 years
Abigail Chaponda of the Zambia High Commission writes an account of the re-election of her country’s President, Edgar Chagwa Lungu
Ambassador of Equitorial Guinea Mrs Mari Cruz Evauna Andeme writes an account inspired by this year’s Africa Day theme of ‘Female Rights and Equality’
Following the publication of a recent report, Lewis Brooks and Dr Felicity Daly say that the Commonwealth approach to LGBT rights emphasises respectful dialogue, building consensus and providing practical support to policymakers and diplomats.
Former Diplomatic Editor at The Times, Michael Binyon, explains how the tightening of border controls and the growing nationalist mood in Europe are threatening the future of Schengen.
High Commissioner for the Seychelles Ms Marie-Pierre Lloyd says they are a small nation with a big agenda
The UK is already one of the world’s most ethnically diverse countries,
but mass migration in Europe is causing a huge increase in demand for
interpreter services, reports Nick Burchell of Clear Voice
Former Diplomatic Editor at The Times Michael Binyon meets sixth Secretary-General of the Commonwealth Baroness Patricia Scotland to hear her plans for the role