Diplomatic World brand celebrates its 20th anniversary

Message by Barbara Dietrich, President and CEO

Since its inception, it has been a magazine devoted to political and diplomatic matters and with time it has become well established in Brussels, the capital of the European Union.

Over the years, Diplomatic World has expanded its thematic coverage to include culture, arts, business & health. We have undertaken cultural projects (e.g. Women for Peace) and have dedicated ourselves to addressing the world’s most pressing humanitarian challenges, such as climate change and women’s rights. Throughout the years, more and more subscribers started appreciating the quality of our content, leading to us counting all the embassies in Brussels, presidential offices and heads of states globally, as well as government constituents and royal families to our dedicated Diplomatic World magazine readership.

Today, at the beginning of 2021, we find ourselves in the midst of a global pandemic. We have had to adapt and evolve drastically. It has been a time of reflection.

As a magazine, we have taken this time to reflect and evolve and are delighted to introduce new, exciting and stimulating content and people this year.

It gives us great pleasure to announce that Sasha Lund has joined us as editor-in-chief. She will be introducing a new headline in the magazine called Spotlight. In each issue, we will highlight a person, cause or project that is contributing greatly to society. This is our way of saying thank you to people who deserve to be recognised.

Friendship, compassion, patience, tolerance, forgiveness, honesty and courage are the values and the key to healing the world. Let us all – together – work towards a better future for mankind and our planet.

The Diplomatic Society congratulates Diplomatic World as it celebrates its 20th anniversary in 2021. We look forward to our interactions and stregthening cooperation.