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diplomacy in Government topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdiplomacydi‧plo‧ma‧cy /dəˈpləʊməsi $ -ˈploʊ-/ ●○○ noun [uncountable]  1 PGthe job or activity of managing the relationships between countries international diplomacy2 POLITEskill in dealing with people without upsetting them The job requires tact and diplomacy. gunboat diplomacy at gunboat(2)
Examples from the Corpus
diplomacyBill handles personnel problems with tact and diplomacy.Commercial attachés were not a complete answer to the problem of coping with the increasing volume and importance of economic diplomacy.If diplomacy was bringing a settlement no nearer, military events would do so only very slowly.What has been striking over the past few weeks is the almost total absence of diplomacy.Garnering such deals requires the art of diplomacy.It is hard to imagine the countdown to war continuing without an intensification of diplomacy.Tact, diplomacy, flexibility, and communication skills are essential.We hope to end the conflict through diplomacy rather than force.Boldness worked where diplomacy had failed.