There are two types of Diplomatist supplements, those that are ‘Standalone’
and those where the supplement is ‘Embedded’ in a monthly edition.
Supplements, in most cases, pertain to a specific country or state government.
These normally carry an overview of the country/state, plus sections on
bilateral relations, trade & economy, culture and tourism.
Both types of supplement are produced as a joint effort between the featured
country and Diplomatist publisher.
Standalone Supplements (see clickable covers on left) are normally
supported by advertising and the entire print run is turned over to the client
mission at no cost. If the client does not want advertising, he simply pays for
the agreed upon number of copies. Most often Standalone Supplements are produced
for National Days, or when a trade mission visits India.
Embedded Supplements (see clickable supplements on right) are embedded in
monthly editions of Diplomatist and sent out to our subscribers and others. They
too, can be supported by advertising. (Note: Those on the right are only the
embedded supplement, not the whole edition).