Aleksandar Stankovic

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Where have all the health attachés gone?

15 May, 2020 An influential article of 2014 noted that health attachés were appointed shortly after the Second World War and were thereafter assigned by ‘a growing number of countries … to work in embassies in countries of strategic importance.’ Is this true? If not, why not? And does it matter anyway? Read more.

Where have all the health attachés gone?2020-05-19T13:32:47+01:00

Pandemic boost for video-conferencing?

14 March 2020 As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, it has been announced that the second round of face-to-face talks on the UK’s new relationship with the EU, due to take place in London next week with the arrival of an EU delegation of over 100 trade experts, has been cancelled. Video-conferencing has been [...]

Pandemic boost for video-conferencing?2020-06-05T13:48:56+01:00

Sacoolas, extradition and diplomatic immunity

27 January 2020 The US Department of State has announced its conclusion, without even a whiff of supporting argument, that requiring Anne Sacoolas to return to the UK to face a criminal charge would set a precedent that would weaken diplomatic law. This is the opposite of the truth. Read more.

Sacoolas, extradition and diplomatic immunity2020-06-03T13:46:33+01:00

Choosing the wrong ambassador

17 January 2020 Recent publicity about the hostile reaction in South Korea to Harry Harris, appointed as US ambassador at Seoul by Donald Trump in June 2018, serves to underline an important point: Read more.

Choosing the wrong ambassador2020-06-03T13:47:42+01:00

The Perm Rep and the unsigned letter

24 October 2019 A recent development in Brexit has provided interesting evidence of the role of ambassadors in clarifying their governments’ intentions, however contradictory they might be. Read more.

The Perm Rep and the unsigned letter2020-06-03T13:52:53+01:00
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