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Over 7,200 students from 208 countries and territories from around the world have studied a range of subjects at Diplo, from contemporary diplomacy and internet governance to digital policy and humanitarian diplomacy. Many alumni hold prominent positions in government ministries, diplomatic missions, international organisations, and other institutions.

Through this hub, we invite you to explore and connect with Diplo’s alumni.

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Alumni blog posts

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Are companies responsible for the security of their digital services and products, and to what extent?

Nadia Tjahja

The IoT will remain insecure unless government steps in and fixes the problem. We’re unlikely to get any regulation forcing backbone companies to clean up either DDoS attacks or spam, just as w...

Beyond the hype of the race for 5G

Yug Desai

The 5th generation of cellular wireless technology (5G) is a big step forward for mobile broadband as it will significantly increase internet speeds, improve latency, and provide higher bandwidths. It is an enormous e...

Post-COVID-19 economic diplomacy for small states

Alfred Tabone

Small states, which make up more than half of the world\'s population, employ various tactics and strategies to best position themselves for economic development and political influence in today\'s globalised, multi-p...

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Training and courses

Master diplomacy and digital governance with Diplo’s online courses, programmes, and workshops! Check out our courses/programmes and workshops on offer.

Alumni reviews

See what Diplo alumni say about our online courses and programmes, and browse through all the alumni reviews listed by the courses topics.

Master/Postgraduate Diploma in Contemporary Diplomacy
Amir Kiyaei, IGD group, South Africa

Humanitarian Diplomacy
Sabrina Konzoc, Branch youth leader and international delegate, German Youth Red Cross

Advanced Diploma in Internet Governance Programme
Mustafa Yaasin Sheik, Somali Network Information Center (SONIC)

Online Meetings and Conferences
Benson Ncube, Business Development Manager, System Automation, Botswana

Negotiation Skills
Andrea Becerra Pimentel, Law Student, Meritorious Autonomous University of Puebla, Mexico

Multilateral Diplomacy
Amb. Jerobeam Shaanika, Deputy Chef de Cabinet, Office of the President of the 74th Session of the UNGA 2019-2020

Internet Technology and Policy
Alicia Melanie Shepard, Alumni member

Public Diplomacy
Jana Gjorgjinska, Public Diplomacy and Sweden Promotion Officer, Embassy of the Kingdom of Sweden in Skopje, North Macedonia

Bilateral Diplomacy
Gloria Oloya Awor, Consultant, Akijul – Enabling Change

Photo gallery

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DiploCircle Magazine

DiploCircle Magazine #3 is dedicated to showcasing some of the best publications by Diplo-related people in 2021.

As of 2022, the magazine will be fused with the Diplo Wisdom Circle initiative in order to continue promoting the best pieces published across various outlets.

You can read DiploCircle Magazine #3 online or download the PDF file.

Related: Read DiploCircle Magazine #1 and DiploCircle Magazine #2.

Faculty highlights

Amb. Kishan S. Rana (Honorary Member, Institute of Chinese Studies, New Deli; Emeritus Professor, Diplo) discusses his new book Churchill and India: Manipulation or Betrayal?, published by Routledge, which focuses on the complex relationship between Winston Churchill and India in the context of the later phase of the British Empire.

Find out more about the book on Routledge’s website.