Interview with Albert Poggio, United Kingdom representative of HM Government of Gibraltar
A key figure in the establishment of the annual Gibraltar Day celebrations, Poggio works to raise the Rock's profile among the UK business community
A research partner for the UK
The UK is beginning to take advantage of Brazil's academic potential
Trinidad and Tobago's international relations
Already a key regional player, the twin-island nation has recently taken steps to increase its importance on the international stage.
Malta and China's bilateral relations
Despite their geographical distance and obvious differences, over the last 40 years Malta and China have managed to build a close relationship.
Interview with George Vella, minister of foreign affairs
Malta's foreign minister talks about the challenges the country faces, from regional instability to growing migration across the Mediterranean.
The EU’s most southerly member state, at the heart of Europe
Although Malta is situated further south than Tangier and Tunis, its outlook and interests are firmly European.
A strong U.S. partner in Latin America
A new chapter begins in the relationship between Latin America’s oldest democracy and the world’s largest economy.
Interview with Maria Angela Holguin, minister of foreign affairs
Maria Angela Holguín talks to The Report Company about Colombia’s evolution from nearly failed state to beacon of hope.