The Diplomat's Dictionary

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Diplomacy is . . .the application of intelligence and tact to the conduct of official relations between governments. Ernest Satowthe art of saying Nice doggie till you can find a rock. Wynn Catlinthe art of relating states to each other by agreement rather than by the exercise of force. Henry A. Kissingerthe continuation of war by other means. Zhou Enlaithe management of the relations between independent states by the process of negotiation. Harold Nicolsonthe police in grand costume. NapoleonWith its first edition in 1994, ...

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