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
March 2014: Welcome to the March edition of the Diplomatist.With general elections less than two months away, the political class in India just cannot afford to relax. Our Cover Story uncovers the critical issues, alliances and voting trends that are likely to determine electoral fortunes in the world’s largest democracy.But it is not India alone that prepares for a tryst with destiny.
February 2014: Welcome to the first edition of Diplomatist in the New Year! As the world wakes up to a New Year, we at the Diplomatist attempt to give a new voice to the words of 2014 in our Cover Story, while Second Lead highlights the larger issues that will define India-US relations beyond the current diplomatic row,Global Centre Stage follows the winds of change sweeping across Chile and Iran, even as ‘Climate First’ gushes to become the new economic paradigm worldwide. Attempts by the US and Europe to develop a more relevant relationship in the 21st century are followed by India’s need to address agricultural trade rules challenging its food security programme.
December 2013: It is no secret that India, an elephantine state, has ambled through time as a nascent country building roads and bridges as she has walked. She has walked though jubilation and triumph and through failures begotten being an infant of new-found freedom in 1947. In these six decades and beyond, India is a power to reckon with. To celebrate this journey of India, Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Diplomatist is humbled to publish a comprehensive chronicle of India’s diplomatic endeavours for its Annual Edition of 2013. Our esteemed writers have weaved India’s diplomatic journey since independence, and, have attempted at presenting a non-partisan and un-dogmatic view of the Indian foreign policy..
November 2013: Diplomatist October issue focus on BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi,Achievements of post-apartheid South Africa,the impeccable leadership of German Chancellor Angela Merkel,Iraq, Egypt and parts of Africa grapple with violence and bloodshed,Possibility of reconciliation between the US and South America, or even Israel and the West over Iran’s contentious nuclear programme,New Perspective to the rise of the Indo-Pacific as a strategic maritime system,Greater strength and substance in India’s ties with the United States, Russia and China and New possibilities of cooperation among Central Asian Republics in post-2014 Afghanistan,Evaluates India’s maritime capabilities,India’s engagement with ASEAN,deepening crisis in the Korean Peninsula..
October 2013: Diplomatist October issue analyses the deal that has the potential to change the course of the Syrian conflict far beyond its borders,68th UN General Assembly, Liberal Party’s electoral victory Down Under,recently-concluded G20 Summit,Malala Yousafzai who hopes for a better tomorrow,Zubin Mehta and the Bavarian State Orchestra took Ehsaas-e-Kashmir beyond borders and Interview of Vice Admiral Ray
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