Tag: Culture and Press

Identity politics makes flag waving popular again

Flags have always been important in diplomacy but in the era of identity politics, flag waving is fashionable again, journalist and author, Tim Marshall told…

Analysing the British election

Members of the Diplomatic Press Attaché Association of London gathered at the Embassy of Serbia to hear the insights of New York Times London Bureau…

In search of leadership

The issue of leadership has dominated the British elction, so the presentation given by veteran broadcaster, Jon Snow of Channel 4 News, on this topic…

Cultural collaborators

On the eve of European Literature Night, EUNIC President Tereza Porybna tells Embassy magazine how this global cultural network promotes European culture in the UK…

Ship shape

Self-taught marine artist, adventurer and wife of the Danish Ambassador Susanne Fournais exhibited evocative paintings of ships at the Osborne Studio Gallery.

Demystifying diplomacy

Australia’s High Commissioner to London Sir Alexander Downer welcomes a book that brings diplomacy’s image into the 21st century – and it’s a good stocking…

New cultural attaché club sets sail

London’s Cultural Attaché Network (CAN) was launched in fine weather with its first field trip to the Royal Museums Greenwich. Knowledgeable and entertaining experts gave…

DPAAL-London Press Club drinks

London’s diplomatic press attaché corps enjoyed a lively networking drinks reception hosted by the London Press Club. DPAAL members got rare access to the inner…