Examples of diplomacy in a Sentence
She has had a long and distinguished career in diplomacy.
The government avoided a war by successfully resolving the issues through diplomacy.
This is a situation that calls for tactful diplomacy.
Recent Examples of diplomacy from the Web
In one recent appearance on Fox News, Bolton encouraged diplomacy with North Korea, advising that Trump should meet with Kim Jong Un in Geneva by the end of March.
Tillerson long advocated back-channel diplomacy with Pyongyang and was publicly chastised by Trump for so doing.
Pompeo has said that military strikes on Tehran would be more effective than diplomacy.
However, Steve Goldstein, the undersecretary for public diplomacy, claims Tillerson found out he was fired by President Trump’s tweet Tuesday morning.
His side of the story cam out later from Steve Goldstein, undersecretary of state for public diplomacy.
Nukes are all about diplomacy and internal politics.
Worsening relations only feed the worst forces on both sides – militaries expand, the space for dissent closes, nationalist fervor rises, diplomacy is sidelined.
Sadly, North Korea’s efforts to develop weapons of mass destruction have been more successful than the diplomacy intended to prevent it from becoming a nuclear state.
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DIPLOMACY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of diplomacy for English Language Learners
: the work of maintaining good relations between the governments of different countries
: skill in dealing with others without causing bad feelings
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