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

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In international diplomacy, the two sides agreed they face common threats in the form of terrorism and extremism which requires joint efforts to fight back.
As a result, Russia has played the most prominent public role so far in the new regional and international diplomacy.
Let us dwell on an example of intercultural communication problems in international diplomacy as reflected in a non-verbal manner.
Writing in the Sunday Mail today, Ashdown, who had a long career in politics and international diplomacy, says Salmond's comments were misjudged.
Neeson jokingly mentioned Putin in context of his movie and added that he has never met the Russian President and doesn't have experience in international diplomacy, but what he does have is a very particular set of skills that would make him a nightmare for someone like him.
Anslover (history, University of Indiana Northwest) notes that his international diplomacy evolved to adapt to changing world events, but his domestic policies often failed.
The accolade is testimony to the vital role the UAE plays in leading international diplomacy towards a sustainable and clean world.
US President Obama had received the Nobel peace prize in his first year in office in 2009 for his "extraordinary efforts" to strengthen international diplomacy.
threat to attack Syria and intense international diplomacy after a poison gas attack killed hundreds of civilians on the outskirts of Damascus last month.
In an introductory video, Ganieva said she is a student at the University of International Diplomacy and Economy.
Stupid people are precluded for life from many professions - rocket science, brain surgery, international diplomacy - so there is no reason on earth why those stupid enough to take performanceenhancing drugs should not be barred from athletics.
The Macedonian leaders, who signed the Framework Agreement in presence of the international diplomacy, did not choose the lesser evil but the only good option.

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