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diplomatic relations

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  • n. diplomatic intercourse between nations; including the mutual presence of a diplomatic mission in each nation

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Examples

  • It was not until Egypt broke ranks with its Arab brothers in 1978 and signed a peace deal with Israel in exchange for return of the then Israeli-occupied Sinai Desert that Israel enjoyed diplomatic relations with any of its immediate neighbors.

    The J Curve

  • He broke off all diplomatic relations with Napoleon, recalled Bayanne and Caprara from Paris, and uttered his protest in a consistorial allocution delivered in March.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 10: Mass Music-Newman

  • Francisco Pinelo, and an accountant, Juan de Soria, who had charge of all the financial arrangements; but the whole of the preparations were conducted on a ruinously expensive scale, owing to the haste which the diplomatic relations with Portugal made necessary.

    Christopher Columbus

  • An initiative of the Australia-China Council, the awards were presented at a ceremony in Adelaide today on the occasion of the twenty-seventh anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Australia and China on 21 December 1972.

    Australia-China Council Awards

  • When Count Buol spoke of an amnesty including nearly all cases, he replied that he would not renew diplomatic relations with Vienna while one exception remained.

    Cavour

  • In all other respects he left diplomatic relations with the states of South Germany in statu quo.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 6: Fathers of the Church-Gregory XI

  • Smoothness and stability in diplomatic relations are prized despite the negative consequences such stability often entails.

    Surrender is not an Option

  • On Chinalco, Barnaby Joyce is warning that Chinalco's bid for a larger stake in Rio Tinto could sour diplomatic relations with China in the future.

    Sky News: Interview with Ashleigh Gillon - Transcript, 18 March 2009 - The Hon Stephen Smith MP, Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs

  • Le Nordez was withdrawn, diplomatic relations between France and the Holy See would cease; and on 30 July, 1904, a note handed by M. Robert de Courcel to Cardinal Merry del Val announced that France had decided to put an end to these relations.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 6: Fathers of the Church-Gregory XI

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