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statecraft
American English: /ˈsteɪtˌkræft/
British English: /ˈsteɪtkrɑːft/

Translation of statecraft in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • [formal]
    arte (masculine) de gobernar
    Example sentences
    • Membership in NATO has helped correct these defects of statecraft and government, although much work remains once a nation is included in the alliance.
    • A strategy of disengagement would require bold, risk-taking statecraft of a high order, and much diplomatic competence in its execution.
    • It regards international relations as a ‘society’ of states in which the principal actors are statespeople who are specialized in the practice of statecraft.

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