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/diˈplōməsē/,
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The profession, activity, or skill of managing international relations, typically by a country's representatives abroad,
  1. The profession, activity, or skill of managing international relations, typically by a country's representatives abroad
    • - the government should assign an ambassador-at-large to oversee diplomacy in the region
  2. The art of dealing with people in a sensitive and effective way
    • - his genius for tact and diplomacy

  1. negotiation between nations
  2. delicacy: subtly skillful handling of a situation
  3. statesmanship: wisdom in the management of public affairs
  4. (diplomatic) relating to or characteristic of diplomacy; "diplomatic immunity"
  5. (diplomatic) using or marked by tact in dealing with sensitive matters or people; "the hostess averted a confrontation with a diplomatic chenage of subject"
  6. Diplomacy is a 1994 book written by former National Security Advisor and Secretary of State Henry Kissinger. It is a sweep of the history of international relations and the art of diplomacy, largely concentrating on the 20th century and the Western World. ...
  7. Diplomacy is a strategic board game created by Allan B. Calhamer in 1954 and released commercially in 1959.Calhamer, Allan. "The Invention of Diplomacy", in Games & Puzzles, No. 21, January 1974. ...
  8. (The Diplomats) The Diplomats, also popularly known as Dipset, are a Harlem-based hip hop group founded by Cam'ron and Jim Jones in 1997. The original members of the group were Cam'ron, Freekey Zekey, and Jim Jones ; who all grew up together in Harlem. ...
  9. (diplomatic) Concerning the relationships between the governments of countries; Exhibiting diplomacy; exercising tact or courtesy; using discussion to avoid hard feelings, fights or arguments
  10. (Diplomatic) Nicholas Newton Henshall Witchell (born September 23, 1953) is a British journalist. ...
  11. (diplomatic) study of the formal qualities of a document, including standardised forms of wording and layout
  12. (Diplomats) also emerge during the Time of the Kings. Actually, many kings themselves prefer to be diplomats and leave the fighting to their inferiors if needed.
  13. (Diplomats) can negotiate international agreements, ban or limit trade, or prohibit the sale of weapons to nations that support terrorists.
  14. Generally, diplomacy refers to the interaction between two or more nation-states. Traditionally carried out by government officials, who negotiate treaties, trade policies, and other international agreements, the term has been extended to include unofficial exchanges of private citizens (such as ...
  15. The art of negotiation and alliance between representatives of different communities.
  16. (1) the art of letting someone have your way. (2) the patriotic art of lying for one's country.
  17. The practice of nation states (or multinational groupings) negotiating with each other over matters of interest. The U.S. Secretary of State directs the United States' diplomatic efforts, on behalf of the President.
  18. Tact and skill in dealing with people.
  19. Exercising wisdom by offering concessions in the face of a threat and knowing when it’s time to demonstrate unconditional love, peace, and acquiescence under a severe danger.
  20. an American term for pre-invasion rhetoric
  21. The process of making decisions through discussion
  22. Artful management in getting advantages without arousing enmity.