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

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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This is how modern diplomacy is geared to respond to the actual, practical needs of people in relation to development, in relation to creating employment op- portunities and greater investment volumes.
Material Culture in Modern Diplomacy From the 15th to the 20th Century
THE EMBASSY is a material expression of modern diplomacy, often encompassing more than just a single building, as many countries also support an array of resident and diplomatic missions and consulates.
Potter's work is very much in line with Greg Barnhisel's Cold War Modernists and the burgeoning critical interest in the relation between modernist art and modern diplomacy. Ken Hirschkop examines how public opinion creates a community and how modernist thinkers imagine myth as a concept that can do this work.
Internationalism, co-operation and compromise, not narrow nationalism, underpin modern diplomacy. Our future is bound to the fortunes of the continent of which we are part.
Far removed from the geopolitical impacts of modern diplomacy, Ahmed Danny Ramadan shares a brave personal essay on coming out--first as a gay Syrian, then as a refugee of war.
"What irks me most about this occupation is the fact that before the emergence of on-going trends in modern diplomacy, it seemed that women were facing insurmountable difficulties in trying to combine marriage with a diplomatic career.
However, as I have had to deal more often with multilateral rather than bilateral diplomacy I have been inclined to the view as set out in the introduction to the Oxford Handbook of Modern Diplomacy.
Secondly, adopting a back channel diplomatic route is often disregarded in modern diplomacy as the practice does not allow the rest of the influential regional and international players to be on board simultaneously.
"Prince Saud had steered the Saudi foreign policy for 40 years and he will have a prominent place in the history of modern diplomacy," said a spokesperson for EU foreign affairs in a statement.
The Secretary General added that the world will forever remember Prince Saud Al-Faisal as a towering figure of modern diplomacy; and as a leader who fought for the belief and principles of his country, for Arab and Muslim convictions and for peace, stability, understanding and tolerance in the world.
The period saw the invention of movable type, advances in architecture and medicine, the beginnings of what we know as modern diplomacy and much more.

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