statesmanship


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Synonyms for statesmanship

wisdom in the management of public affairs

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Churchill's trial is ultimately our trial," Arnn writes, "and we have a better chance to emerge victorious from ours because of the example of true statesmanship we have in Churchill.
Shujaat Hussain expressed the confidence that ruler of Saudi Arabia, Shah Salman bin Abdul Aziz Al-Saud possesses such leadership and statesmanship capabilities that he will succeed in solving this crisis in a commendable manner.
This calls for courageous statesmanship from our leaders and the generosity of spirit of a united nation.
This requires more statesmanship from Israel and an end to violence, including the threats of Hamas and its supporters to Israel's very existence.
That was why differences within the GCC, where Qatar found itself at odds with its fellow members, was a serious matter requiring statesmanship and compromise to bring it to an end.
by Lalit K Jha on 21 September, 2014 - 18:48 WASHINGTON (Pajhwok): US Secretary of State John Kerry on Sunday hailed president-elect Dr Ashraf Ghani Ahmedzai and runner-up Dr Abdullah, for their statesmanship after the two signed an agreement on a unity government.
Well known for presiding over the end of slavery in America, and paving the way for an interracial democracy, Lincoln's achievements required expert statesmanship, from savvy in metaphorical "horse-trading" to his ability to stir noble idealism in the hearts and minds of all fellow Americans.
D'Souza said that for him the 16th President of the United States embodied that philosophical statesmanship and practical wisdom that represented the highest achievement of a leader.
Retd) Abdul Majeed Malik has termed the visit of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to the house of Imran Khan as an example of true statesmanship.
A stranger's knowledge; statesmanship, philosophy, and law in Plato's Statesman.
The EU acknowledges the efforts by the Government of South Sudan and encourages its leaders to show the necessary statesmanship to pursue this endeavour," they said.
The performance of President Kennedy in defusing this crisis and reaching a negotiated settlement with Khrushchev, despite the US military pressurising him to use armed force, was Kennedy's greatest triumph, an example of statesmanship of the highest order.
Statesmanship, not petty squabbling, is needed to save us from catastrophe.
For his part, Jenness said that the UN is keen to provide all assistance to Yemen during the next elections and beyond, praising the wisdom and statesmanship of Yemen's political leadership that signed the initiative in order to end the country's current crisis.
The foresight he showed throughout the process, the courage he showed in making some tough decisions on popular brands, the global mindset he showed, and above all, the statesmanship he showed when two major competitors were on the public dole shows he was thinking for the good of the country as well as his company and industry.