By G R Berridge, Alan James (auth.)
This new Dictionary , the main finished ever devoted to international relations, will supply a miles wanted source within the box. not just does it include a complete variety of diplomatic phrases, however it additionally comprises entries on felony phrases, political occasions, overseas companies and significant figures who've occupied the diplomatic scene or written influentially approximately it over the past part millennium. All scholars of international relations and similar topics and participants of the numerous diplomatic prone of the realm will locate this e-book indispensable.
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A career diplomat is thus different from an *ad hoc diplomat, a *temporary diplomat, or a *political appointee. 30 career minister career minister. A personal rank in the US *Foreign Service which is second only to that of *career ambassador. Career ministers have often been ambassadors before promotion to this rank. career ofﬁcer. A US *Foreign Service ofﬁcer occupying the broad intermediate stage between a junior ofﬁcer and a *senior foreign service ofﬁcer. care-of-pilot. See diplomatic bag. Caribbean Community (CARICOM).
Consistently with this, messages are said to be ‘deciphered’ when a government agency translates into plain text one of its own encrypted messages, whether a cipher or a code had been employed. Broken ciphers are said to have been ‘decrypted’. (2) The key to a system of symbols used in this manner. circular note. g. all diplomatic missions in a particular capital. civilian police. Police personnel employed in a *peacekeeping operation. claim. A formal demand made by one state on another for the rectiﬁcation of or compensation for a legal wrong which allegedly has been done to it by the second state.
30 career minister career minister. A personal rank in the US *Foreign Service which is second only to that of *career ambassador. Career ministers have often been ambassadors before promotion to this rank. career ofﬁcer. A US *Foreign Service ofﬁcer occupying the broad intermediate stage between a junior ofﬁcer and a *senior foreign service ofﬁcer. care-of-pilot. See diplomatic bag. Caribbean Community (CARICOM). Founded in 1973, it now has 15 members, 13 of whom are also members of CARICOM’s Common Market.