diplomatist

noun
di·plo·ma·tist | \də-ˈplō-mə-tist \

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The trouble, rather, is that even our top foreign-policy experts and our most sophisticated diplomatists are creatures of our own cultural heritage and intellectual environment. Nicholas Eberstadt, National Review, "To Neutralize the North Korean Threat, America Must First Understand the North Korean Regime," 11 Sep. 2017

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1768, in the meaning defined above

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