Archives for posts with tag: diplomacy

By, Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey with Susan Sacirbey contributing
The diplomat-artist is not just in the form of the personality of the Goodwill Ambassador but also the vision and presentation of the avant-garde of global citizens: Once you are in the water you’ll discover it is more than a pool but a sea of change. –Read MORE–

From Diplomat Artist Buzz: Now, music has been employed as a diplomatic tool not to allow identity & the rule of law with respect to Crimea & Ukraine be simply erased. Read MORE on contest winner Jamala’s sensation. —
The Future of Music: The Language of Diplomacy
By, Montclair Student Diplomat Mike Ott via Huffington Post
Through the combination of diplomacy & technology we are becoming a more integrated society. Music is the proof & leading language used to help keep us mixing and interacting with each other and each other’s content. — Read More —
From Diplomat Artist Buzz: This week, the UN released stamps promoting the rights of the LGBT community globally, at a time when members of such community are persecuted, prosecuted or even executed in more than a mere minority of states. — MORE —
From Diplomat Artist Buzz & Cultural Diplomacy: While some maintain a presence in the public eye through their public service before the UN, DiCaprio has joined the battle on behalf of global citizens when his presence draws the focus to the most pressing issues. –More–

From Diplomat Artist Buzz – Lebanese Lydia Canaan stands out as global citizen & diplomat artist. Her world-renown music talent & spirit as ambassador for the future are where inclusiveness & peace are the answer to exclusion & conflict. Capture more of Lydia’s spirit of “artistic diplomacy” in her inspirational poem “Humanity Wake Up & Fight” & selection of her music on YouTube & SoundCloud links. — MORE —

By, Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey
via Huffington Post
During the conflict(s) in the former Yugoslavia, and particularly Bosnia & Herzegovina, some presumed mediators too frequently wandered in more as eager “players” in a single’s bar, & Slobodan Milosevic knew how to make himself appear as the most desirable partner. –MORE–

187209 new category – “UN at 70 – Look Back”- Enjoy vintage photos
On July 1, 1950 the United Nations laid the foundation for its current HQ on New York’s East River. –MORE–

ah_prod_diplomacy_pic3_enStudent Diplomat at Montclair State University, tackles an important topic, “Division Between Religion & Diplomacy.” She addresses religion as a controversial element when considering foreign policies that should be handled wisely in the decision-making process. You can now weigh in your comments directly to the article.


More traditional diplomacy is not likely to work anytime soon, not at least until tide of battle is decisively turned & most of the killing is done. Then a diplomat will come into the room & effectively legitimize what the reality on the field into a new “peace agreement.” That is kind of the way it turned out in Bosnia. –MORE–