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ABC of Diplomacy

Small book cover: ABC of Diplomacy

ABC of Diplomacy

Publisher: Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs
Number of pages: 40

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The 'ABC of Diplomacy' explains some of the most important and frequently used terms and concepts of diplomacy without claiming to provide a comprehensive glossary of terms on the subject. In recognition of the importance of multilateral diplomacy nowadays, a number of universal and regional organisations also receive brief mention.

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