- n. alternative spelling of démarche.
- n. a move or step or maneuver in political or diplomatic affairs
“The family is wealthy and powerful and the president does not seem to want to hand him in," said Ms Gibb, who last week presented a "demarche" - a formal diplomatic statement”
“While welcoming the announcement with respect to humpback whales, Australia last night led a formal diplomatic protest - known as a demarche - in Tokyo to mark the start of Japan's 2007-08 whaling season.”
“It has led the State Department to indicate that it would lodge a protest in a formal letter -- called a demarche -- with Beijing.”
“A demarche is a formal communication -- typically delivered in person by a diplomat based oversees to a foreign government -- that sets out his or her country's views, for example to protest against a policy or action.”
“The agency has sent a formal request, known as a demarche, to the Chinese government asking for the review, according to a State Department official.”
“A demarche is a formal communication - typically delivered in person by a diplomat based oversees to a foreign government - that sets out his or her country's views, for example to protest against a policy or action.”
“a demarche is the strongest sanction a country can exercise against another.”
“During a trip to India, a senior State Department official delivered a "demarche" or official warning to the Indian government, but New Delhi still resisted the U.S. pressure.”
“Diplomats from around the world, led by Britain's ambassador, have today delivered a strongly-worded protest "demarche" condemning Iceland over its decision to resume commercial whaling.”
“This is a demarche which is difficult, but it is anchored in Resolution 1441, which we should conduct together.”
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