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

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This year's volume contains six articles on material culture in modern diplomacy.
In a statement today, the European Union confirmed that Prince Saud Al-Faisal led the Saudi diplomacy for four decades and will occupy a prominent place in the history of modern diplomacy.
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.
In contrast to traditional diplomacy which focuses on formality and secrecy modern diplomacy draws upon informal and broad based negotiations and openness.
It is one of the truisms of modern diplomacy that the "last three feet" are what count.
Historians generally agree that the birth of modern diplomacy occurred roughly in the late 15th century.
Tender documents reveal the legacy SATIN infrastructure is struggling under the demands of modern diplomacy and 24/7 offshore operations of the Australian Government.
He was an apprentice to the chef of Prince Wenzel von Metternich, the father of modern diplomacy, in 1832.
He also insisted that modern diplomacy in the 21st century had to be based on the supremacy of law and on human values, not the supremacy of power and the interests of a certain country.
South African diplomat said the economic diplomacy has become the buzz word in modern diplomacy.
Early modern diplomacy cannot be separated from the intellectual, cultural, and religious contexts in which it was embedded, he argues.
He said economic diplomacy has become the buzz word in modern diplomacy and this is an area that he wishes to concentrate on during his term in Pakistan.