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

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Sophie Barbey, UAE head of mission, International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), recounting her experiences in the field, said that in some cases women are more able than men to discuss certain issues, which she said could prove advantageous for international diplomacy.
Tokyo has been rather left out in international diplomacy regarding Pyongyang.
Speaking in Paris on Qatar's view about regional issues in a seminar organised by the International Diplomacy Academy, the Qatari Minister stated that "The siege countries [Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain and Egypt] do not accept different views or different systems.
International diplomacy, when adopting the Excise Law, has shown that it is neither futile nor helpless in BiH.
The voting for this prize is supervised by the International Diplomacy Council in cooperation with the Canadian University of Ottawa and the Dutch Diplomatic Magazine, which are independent and internationally credible.
Sergey Lavrov took aim at President Donald Trump at the meeting on confidence-building measures to tackle the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, saying that "we cannot for the benefit of political agendas of certain countries abandon a genuine achievement of international diplomacy."
Instead of the cool, calm language of serious international diplomacy, Mr Trump talks of "fire and fury" and his forces being "locked and loaded".
Street dances depict the recurring themes of friendship and international diplomacy.
General Assembly that "the deliberate destruction of cultural heritage is a war crime -- it is used as a tactic of war, in a strategy of cultural cleansing that calls on us to review and renew the means by which we wish to respond and to defeat violent extremism." Such resolutions related to the preservation and protection of cultural heritage all over the world are considered a turning point in international diplomacy toward violations of cultural heritage.
Such usage in international diplomacy is a sign of the times in this digital age, and it is an issue which fascinates author Tom Fletcher, who has written a book on the subject, Naked Diplomacy.
A glorious history indeed, which is full of colorful stories - economic milestones, a steady progress socially and an event-filled international diplomacy. At the end, it stands with its head high as the nation takes pride in the achievement and peace in the country and the world has reasons to hold the Kingdom in high esteem.
"This election is our last chance to secure the border, stop illegal immigration, and reform our laws to make your life better," Trump said in Phoenix at the end of a dizzying day in which he made his first foray into international diplomacy with a visit to Mexico City, then baited a fired-up crowd with red-meat rhetoric.

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