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Synonyms for diplomacy

Synonyms for diplomacy

the ability to say and do the right thing at the right time

Synonyms for diplomacy

subtly skillful handling of a situation

wisdom in the management of public affairs

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The foreign minister also pledged full support for South Korean President-elect Park Geun-hye to put together Seoul's new diplomatic goals on Pyongyang.
political and diplomatic goals more difficult to achieve.
At the Department of State, Ross is tasked with maximizing the potential of technology and innovation in service of America's diplomatic goals.
In Washington, meanwhile, President Barack Obama took steps to extend sanctions against Assad's government, saying Syria poses an "unusual and extraordinary threat" to US national security and diplomatic goals.
trade restrictions can conflict with diplomatic goals, said James Lewis, an analyst at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington.
Each side has blamed the other for the failure of Mitchell's mission, which underscored the lack of progress on one of Obama's chief diplomatic goals and a major factor in his drive to repair America's image in the Muslim world.
While much of the day-to-day life in Muthanna Province revolves around agriculture, the PRT in Iraq's second-largest province has consistently found innovative paths to those diplomatic goals.
Netanyahu, who served as prime minister from 1996 to 19991, was seen as interested in an alliance with Livni to avoid colliding with Washington s diplomatic goals.
Yet power not tied to diplomatic goals becomes meaningless if not counterproductive.
This is a crucial crossroads of the current predicament, indicative of a wider focus on diplomatic goals and implementation crucial to the evolving phases of the terrorist situation.
10 draft acknowledges that sanctions can "advance" important national security and diplomatic goals.