Mateusz Jankowski
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As far as International Relations and History go, this book by far trumps all others. It's interesting, insightful and loaded with personal and professional experience. Kissinger's politics aside, this book should only be considered by die-hard fans of the subject. It does not disappoint.

As far as International Relations and History go, this book by far trumps all others. It's interesting, insightful and loaded with personal and professional experience. Kissinger's politics aside, this book should only be considered by die-hard fans of the subject. It does not disappoint.

Signing the Preliminary Treaty of Peace at Paris, November 30, 1782. Print by John D. Morris & Co., based on painting by Carl Wilhelm Anton Seiler. From "Seals and Symbols in the American Colonies" poster (US Diplomacy Center - Library of Congress)

Signing the Preliminary Treaty of Peace at Paris, November 30, 1782. Print by John D. Morris & Co., based on painting by Carl Wilhelm Anton Seiler. From "Seals and Symbols in the American Colonies" poster (US Diplomacy Center - Library of Congress)

This 'Diplomacy' Resin Paperweight by Concord is perfect! #zulilyfinds

This 'Diplomacy' Resin Paperweight by Concord is perfect! #zulilyfinds

Not sure if it is a skill or a pitfall

Not sure if it is a skill or a pitfall

Chinese Embassy Refuses to Accept Petition With 11 Million Signatures to

Chinese Embassy Refuses to Accept Petition With 11 Million Signatures to

Hoandwife Feng-Shan Ho was a Chinese diplomat who saved approximately 2,000 Jews during the early years of World War II. Ho was consul-general of the Chinese embassy in Vienna during the Austrian annexation. After the “Kristallnacht” in 1938, the situation for the almost 200,000 Austrian Jews got rapidly more difficult, but in order to leave the country they had to provide proof of emigration, usually a visa from a foreign nation or a valid boat ticket. This, however, was difficult and the…

Hoandwife Feng-Shan Ho was a Chinese diplomat who saved approximately 2,000 Jews during the early years of World War II. Ho was consul-general of the Chinese embassy in Vienna during the Austrian annexation. After the “Kristallnacht” in 1938, the situation for the almost 200,000 Austrian Jews got rapidly more difficult, but in order to leave the country they had to provide proof of emigration, usually a visa from a foreign nation or a valid boat ticket. This, however, was difficult and the…

Diplomatic Language - A Diplomat Who Says Yes Means Maybe

Diplomatic Language - A Diplomat Who Says Yes Means Maybe

"I'm No Good" (Amy Winehouse), 12"x24", 3-color screenprint; limited-edition of 100

"I'm No Good" (Amy Winehouse), 12"x24", 3-color screenprint; limited-edition of 100

https://flic.kr/p/5BHd6o | AMY WINEHOUSE by JAN VERMEER (1632-1675) | Amy was born on September 14, 1983

https://flic.kr/p/5BHd6o | AMY WINEHOUSE by JAN VERMEER (1632-1675) | Amy was born on September 14, 1983

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