The Diplomat is the premier current affairs magazine for the Asia Pacific, providing high quality editorial coverage and analysis of what’s happening in the region.
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Our readers are interested in our expert coverage of:
- Geo-political trends and acute foreign policy analysis
- Defense and intelligence
- Human security
- Business, finance and economics, and emerging markets
- Arts, social trends and popular culture
Distinct from our website, The Diplomat magazine is a monthly, digital publication featuring loads of exclusive content, including some of our best long-form pieces, combined with a selection of the best articles each month from our website.
In addition to it's in-depth editorial coverage The Diplomat turns the spotlight on emerging issues through a broad range of engaging formats.
Insightful views on events occurring in the Asia-Pacific region presented through the lens of acute photographers.
Thought-provoking interviews with experts in their field as well as on-location coverage from our Asia-Pacific correspondents.
Weekly discussions of the geopolitical implications of current events in the Asia-Pacific with regular guests.
Weekly updates and first-read access to a major article yet to be fully released for our most loyal readers.
What do others say about us?
The Diplomat has been highly commended and cited by other leading international publications for our editorial integrity and coverage of APAC news and events including:
- The New York Times
- The Atlantic
- The Guardian
- Council of Foreign Relations
- The Financial Times
"A stellar international current-affairs magazine."
"What we’re reading – The Diplomat "
The FT’s ‘Beyond BRICS’ blog
"One of the best online reactions to Hatoyama’s resignation"
Wall Street Journal
"An intriguing essay in The Diplomat"