List of famous diplomats with their biographies that include trivia, interesting facts, timeline and life history.

A person, who serves as a representative or an ambassador on behalf of the government of a particular country, may be referred to as a diplomat. A diplomat plays a crucial and significant role in maintaining healthy relations with other countries and their respective governments. Thus, a diplomat is a specifically skilled and trained person who has the skills and uses tact in dealing with sensitive and important matters that affects the political concerns of the world. Appointed by the government, a diplomat may be required to conduct and diplomatic talks with other countries and even many of the established international organizations. A diplomat is responsible for maintain peaceful and friendly relations with other countries, he may be required to represent the interests of his nation and promote his nation in a positive light to the world. They work in collaboration with the foreign ministers of a nation and play a role in the foreign policy formulation. A diplomat is thus one of the most significant representatives of a country and advocate and negotiate foreign policy related issues. Dig out more about some of most famous diplomats around the world, with their biographies that include trivia, interesting facts, timeline and life history.

Harold MacmillanHarold Macmillan
(British)
Shashi TharoorShashi Tharoor
(Indian)

Jean Kennedy SmithJean Kennedy Smith
(American)
Victoria, Crown Princess of SwedenVictoria, Crown Princess of Sweden
(Swedish)
Frederik, Crown Prince of DenmarkFrederik, Crown Prince of Denmark
(Danish)

Susan RiceSusan Rice
(American)
Ban Ki-moonBan Ki-moon
(Japanese)
Christine LagardeChristine Lagarde
(French)

Prince Aly KhanPrince Aly Khan
(French,Pakistani)
Zhou EnlaiZhou Enlai
(Chinese)
Joachim von RibbentropJoachim von Ribbentrop
(German)

J. Christopher StevensJ. Christopher Stevens
(American)
Herbert Kitchener, 1st Earl KitchenerHerbert Kitchener, 1st Earl Kitchener
(Irish,British)
James LongstreetJames Longstreet
(Indonesian,American)

Petro PoroshenkoPetro Poroshenko
(Ukrainian)
Ehud BarakEhud Barak
(Israeli)
Alger HissAlger Hiss
(American)

Kevin RuddKevin Rudd
(Australian)
Kim CampbellKim Campbell
(Canadian)
Richard HolbrookeRichard Holbrooke
(American)

Miklós HorthyMiklós Horthy
(Hungarian)
Bradford BishopBradford Bishop
(American)
Sergey LavrovSergey Lavrov
(Russian)

George F. KennanGeorge F. Kennan
(American)
Vijaya Lakshmi PanditVijaya Lakshmi Pandit
Alexander HaigAlexander Haig
(American)

Raoul WallenbergRaoul Wallenberg
(Swedish)
Yahya KhanYahya Khan
(Pakistani)
Klemens von MetternichKlemens von Metternich
(German)

Fridtjof NansenFridtjof Nansen
(Norwegian)
Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-PérigordCharles Maurice de Talleyrand-Périgord
(French)
Aldo MoroAldo Moro
(Italian)

Arjan SinghArjan Singh
(Indian)
Joseph BonaparteJoseph Bonaparte
(Spanish,French)
Isaiah BerlinIsaiah Berlin
(Latvian,British)

Princess Elisabeth of DenmarkPrincess Elisabeth of Denmark
(Danish)
John EisenhowerJohn Eisenhower
(American)
Hina Rabbani KharHina Rabbani Khar
(Pakistani)

John Julius NorwichJohn Julius Norwich
(British)
Imre NagyImre Nagy
(Hungarian)
Mohammad Hamid AnsariMohammad Hamid Ansari
(Indian)

Joseph C. WilsonJoseph C. Wilson
(American)
Pope Pius XIPope Pius XI
(Italian)
Chiune SugiharaChiune Sugihara
(Japanese)

Zine El Abidine Ben AliZine El Abidine Ben Ali
(Tunisian)
Winston PetersWinston Peters
(New Zealander)
Zenani MandelaZenani Mandela
(South African)

Paul WolfowitzPaul Wolfowitz
(American)
Julie BishopJulie Bishop
(Australian)
MegasthenesMegasthenes
(Greek)

John DiefenbakerJohn Diefenbaker
(Canadian)
Pamela HarrimanPamela Harriman
(British)
Roger CasementRoger Casement
(Irish)

Raymond A. SpruanceRaymond A. Spruance
(American)
Lutz Graf Schwerin von KrosigkLutz Graf Schwerin von Krosigk
(German)
Rory StewartRory Stewart
(British)