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filling gaps Diplomacy or the art of negotiation has been in existence from a very ancient time. The era of 1st billion BC witnessed some of the drastic developments in the patterns of diplomacy.
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Other early traces include the Middle East regions which were fast emerging. Treaties began to be drafted between many Mesopotamian states and ‘Akkadian’ or more popularly known as ‘Babylonian’ was developed as the first diplomatic language.
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diplomacy 1
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5 minutes 46 seconds
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Lectures (e.g. TED talks)
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The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Upper-intermediate (B2)
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28/11/2021
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diplomacy or the art of negotiation has been infrom a very ancient time.
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The early Roman empires, sent envoys to the neighboring empires, to extend cordial.
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other earlyinclude the Middle East regions wood for fast emerging treaties began to be drafted between many Mesopotamian …
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Theof diplomacy flourished and became a tool for promoting international trade,
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These kingdoms continued the practice of exchangingas a method of peacekeeping.
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And this system has relevance into modern-day.
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… the Industrial,
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And it was the colonization of most of the Asian andcountries by Britain,
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The Ambassadors,enjoyed a special position and formed an elite group in their respective colonies.
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Thesecontinued for long until diplomacy,
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and the war impacts were huge,
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… all those measures failed todiplomacy and ambassadors were rendered useless and war conditions prevailed leading to the …
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And were given independence to form their ownbodies.
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Diplomacy is notto political relations,
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However, with the end of bipolarity between the two superpowers diplomacy, witnessed new.
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And more regulation was bought in the consular offices, modern-day diplomacy, somewhat.
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The European principle ofimmunities to envoy's is thus well supported by both local governments and international …
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… to encourage them to workfear, or kerschen further.
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Some of thetypes include defense personnel, diplomats for attending conferences, professional diplomats, etc.
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… adopting differentfor imparting training to various types of fent voice and every state sets its own eligibility …
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