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

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11) The academic study of Canada can help debunk these stereotypes and promote stronger ties among key decision makers, opinion makers and mobile professionals, key actors central to modern diplomacy.
Double standards and hypocrisy are the fundamental basis of modern diplomacy wrapped in the colorful propaganda of Human Rights, Justice and Truth.
But despite the central importance of the early modern period to diplomatic history, early modern diplomacy has remained a surprisingly overlooked topic in recent decades.
The authors describe executive agreements as an "institutional bargain" to accommodate an onerous treaty process with the daunting complexity of modern diplomacy (p.
IN THE annals of modern diplomacy, seldom has there been a more abject apology than the one issued by the Canadian Citizenship and Immigration Minister Jason Kenney on the issue of denial of visas to serving and former Indian security personnel.
Ever since modern diplomacy was invented in Renaissance Italy, states have found it necessary to exchange envoys for the purpose of reaching (or breaking) agreements, whether on parchment or by video conference.
Ognen Maleski notes in his column in Dnevnik that modern diplomacy has been increasingly tied to sports over the last few decades.
Both men have become larger-than-life, iconic figures in the annals of modern diplomacy.
in Imperial China or in India under the Guptas, but modern diplomacy, that is the diplomatic method which became the model for most countries until recently, originated in France under the Capetian dynasty.
Then, starting from Max Weber's idea that bureaucracies invented official secrets as a means of self-preservation, Melissa Meriam Bullard shows that early modern diplomacy functioned as a theater in which secrecy was acted out.
Modern diplomacy, once a largely one-dimensional, nation-to-nation process, is now a multi-dimensional enterprise in which so-called "non-state" actors and foreign publics play an increasingly prominent role.
But as the State Department has come under fiscal siege, it must confront the contradiction between the demands of modern diplomacy and the dictates of its still almost-feudal bureaucratic culture.