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diplomatic

adjective adept, artful, cautious in deallng, cunning, deft, dexterous, discreet, graceful, polite, politic, prudent, scheming, skillful in handling others, smoothly, strategic, tactful
Associated concepts: diplomatic immunity, diplomatic recognition, diplomatic relations, diplomatic status
See also: civil, discreet, judicious, politic, strategic, subtle, tactical
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See Morris, supra note 2, at 603 (discussing evolution of diplomatic immunity in Europe).
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For students and scholars of European politics, foreign policy, international organizations, international relations, and diplomacy, Carta (international relations, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK) analyzes the processes of institution and identity building of the European Union Diplomatic Service and presents an analytical framework for the study of diplomacy at various levels: the international level, the actors, their internal organization, and the diplomats themselves.
Moreover, there is currently high demand for specialists in particular fields of the various diplomatic activities (politics, economy, international law, consular law and other).
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During the talks held by dean of the Diplomatic Institute at the Foreign Ministry Hamid al Awadi and Turkey's Diplomatic Academy rector Sina Baydir, the two countries discussed the mechanism of implementing the deal reached during the last two-day visit of Turkish President Abdullah Gul to Sana'a on diplomatic cooperation.
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.

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