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Diplomatic realism: Nixon, Kissinger, and Pakistan
27 May 2023
Kissinger demanded that Nixon stand firm [in supporting Pakistan]. \'If the outcome of this...
Gender equality in diplomacy: Chinese and other foreign ministries
21 May 2023
The Chinese Foreign Ministry made a welcome change in its external public outreach after 3 ...
The border-making process in Africa
08 May 2023
When I first mentioned to a diplomatic friend my intention of writing a blog entry on \'dip...
Humanising immigration: Taking the discussion further
26 April 2023
Communication, Diplomatic theory and practice, Language and diplomacy, Migration
In this blog post, I want to respond to some of the questions that were raised during our r...
News, newsworthiness and ‘truths’
13 April 2023
An Oxford Don (or Doña? – since my friend Bi is a lady) called me up ...