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  • For many years, the Swiss had failed to respond to formal inquiries, called demarches, from the American and British governments that Swiss companies were trafficking in nuclear technology.

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  • For many years, the Swiss had failed to respond to formal inquiries, called demarches, from the American and British governments that Swiss companies were trafficking in nuclear technology.

    Fallout

  • The U.S. government sent legal notifications, called demarches, to the Swiss and other countries, asking them to impose restrictions on people like the Tinners.

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  • The U.S. government sent legal notifications, called demarches, to the Swiss and other countries, asking them to impose restrictions on people like the Tinners.

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  • But the Times claims today that 'demarches' were made after a State Department spokesman answered the question of why the US was remaining neutral despite Britain's long history of ownership of the Falkland Islands by saying "whatever you want to call them" and then calling them the "Islas Malvinas".

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  • “I got sick and tired of sitting back all those years, demarching all those countries, seeing how they ignored the demarches, sort of mocking the whole process,” said a former CIA officer who worked in Europe and specialized in nuclear proliferation issues.

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  • “I got sick and tired of sitting back all those years, demarching all those countries, seeing how they ignored the demarches, sort of mocking the whole process,” said a former CIA officer who worked in Europe and specialized in nuclear proliferation issues.

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  • Russia in this case will have to respond, and will not limit itself to diplomatic demarches.

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  • Since the election, a series of canceled dinners, diplomatic demarches, and publicly and privately broken promises from the new government has vexed senior White House officials, causing new concern about the U.S. friendship with its closest Asian ally.

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