The profession, activity, or skill of managing international relations, typically by a country’s representatives abroad
diplomacy has failed to win them independence
Diplomacy in affairs between oil-exporting and oil-importing countries.
The furthering of international relations by cultural exchange; the practice of publicizing and exhibiting examples of one's national culture abroad.
The establishment of trade and other relations between two countries (originally between China and the United States in the 1970s, initiated as a result of an American table-tennis team travelling to China).
Diplomacy conducted openly; (in later use) specifically official efforts to influence foreign public opinion in service of diplomatic goals.
The use of a country’s financial power to extend its international influence
Foreign policy that is supported by the use or threat of military force
Negotiations conducted by a mediator who travels between two or more parties that are reluctant to hold direct discussions
The making of public statements regarding a matter of dispute, rather than negotiating directly.
An approach to diplomacy which seeks specifically to prevent the start or escalation of violent conflict; the methods by which this is achieved.