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About

Most diplomats in Geneva are familiar with Diva (now the International Diplomat) and, despite a name that might be confusing, it is indeed a magazine for people working for international organizations. Our primary purpose is to provide a forum allowing them to talk about their missions, their work and their projects, but we also offers a range of articles dealing with travel, cultural, historical figures, gastronomy, etc…

Since its creation in 2002 Diva has been distributed and read throughout the world, and not only in New York and Geneva, in United Nations headquarters but also on all continents, and its visibility is even stronger since the creation of its website :

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It should be noted that if the majority of articles and interviews are in English, many are also French and some are in Spanish.

The International Diplomat – Diva is apolitical and neutral and calls without distinction to all those involved in the life of the Cite, that of their country diplomats, bankers, UN officials, presidents, foreign ministers, heads of NGOs, businessmen, writers, artists – it is open to anyone who wish to express their views and opinions.

Published on glossy paper with many color photos, Diva became through its eclecticism a popular magazine for all and has become a reference in the world of international Geneva.

It consists of a small but enthusiastic team since its inception, and whose goal is to communicate, inform, and share their passions in a spirit of tolerance and openness.

We are : Jean-Michel Wissmer, Ita Marguet, Judit Varadi, John Fox, Jean-Martin Tchaptchet, Marit Fosse, Dan Albertini and Pierre-Michel Virot, independent photographer.

The Role of Satellite observation in the Lebanese Crisis

UNITAR was involved in the recent Middle East crisis through its operational satellite applications programme UNOSAT. Immediately after the beginning of hostilities, in July 2006, UNOSAT received requests for satellite imagery of the areas of Lebanon affected by the crisis. These requests came from both UN agencies and international…

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Meanwhile: How Tom Luke said ’never again’ By Shashi Tharoor

Whenever I think of Auschwitz – or Birkenau, or Mauthausen, or Theresien stadt, the names that, in this season of Holocaust remembrance, are coming back to haunt us from 60 years ago – I think of a retired Australian United Nations official called Tom Luke. Tom wasn’t born Australian,…

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