diplomacy

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DIPLOMACY., The science which treats of the relations and interests of nations with nations.

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The diplomatic goal was to ask Iran to provide an earnest of its declaration that it has no intention of making nuclear weapons by depriving itself of the enriched uranium it would need to make a bomb.
adopting a military option to pursue its diplomatic goal, as it did in Iraq.
In 1997, the four countries pursued each diplomatic goal and recognized each role toward establishing a new political order in the Asia-Pacific region, which resulted in their moves to secure mutually stable relations,'' the ministry said.
In the interest of the kingdom's diplomatic goals, the telegram talked about forbidding local media from unfavorable coverage on Russia.
These conservative states historically worked discreetly and indirectly to achieve their diplomatic goals, which focused mainly on preserving a status quo across the region that did not disrupt prevailing patterns of energy flows, conservative governance, and American-Western dominance, or at least prevalence.
In the context of Qatar s quest for achieving its diplomatic goals through its membership of the Gulf Co-operation Council (GCC), the Arab League and the United Nations, the Organization of the Islamic Conference, initiatives promote greater co-ordination among the Arab countries, with regard to our shared commitment to the human and national rights of the Palestinian people and to the recognition of these rights through the establishment of an independent Palestinian state with East Jerusalem as its capital and the implementation of all UN resolutions related to the Palestinian issue.
All ten essays amplify various aspects of engaging religious players and sentiments to further diplomatic goals.
The co-production agreements signed so far seek to achieve economic, cultural and diplomatic goals.
Iran's diplomatic goals are obvious: Break its international isolation and lift the sanctions in exchange for a promise not to build a nuclear weapon even as it retains its ability to build one at a moment's notice.