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How the Dutch manage their waterways and a chat with Johannes Hahn, the European commissioner in charge of enlargement.

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Taiwan's representative to the UK on his country's relationship with China, Roma culture in the German capital and the man in the middle of Greek-Turkish spats.

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The Japanese diplomats digging up documents to claim territory, what the Vatican and Italy agree to disagree on and Australia’s expansion in Latin America.

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The boom in embassy building in Canberra and the return of diplomatic relations in Libya. Plus: Nato’s man in Moscow bows out of his “kamikaze” job.

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Why the Swiss ambassador to the EU is the man of the moment. Plus: Brazil's embassy in North Korea and the Czechs' man in Vietnam pulls a pint.

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Australia's ambassador to France on the two nations' alliance, plus Athens' Gropius gem and border control in Canada.

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Consuls and carols

Being a diplomat requires you to be proficient at wining and dining guests – and at no time will you be more inundated than the Christmas period. We visit three festive residences – that of the Czech ambassador to the UK…

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The Big Interview, 29

21 February 2016

The Nobel Laureate economist Joseph Stiglitz sits down with Steve Bloomfield to discuss his work at The White House during the Clinton Administration, his time as chief economist of the World Bank and his views on the…

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The Foreign Desk, 111

20 February 2016

Prisoner swaps and hostage exchanges are some of the most difficult pieces of diplomacy to pull off – and they require careful negotiation and bring up ethical dilemmas for nations too. This week we explore the difficult…

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