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  1. 1. DIPLOMACY
  2. 2. Choose the correct alternative •Diplomacy is the management of international relations by: •Oral communication •Negotiation •Empathy •reconcilation
  3. 3. • Diplomacy allows the use of : • force at times • propaganda • The recourse to law • Peaceful means
  4. 4. • C. Diplomacy can exist between • Entities that do not recognise each other as independent • Entities that recognise each oter as independent bodies • Entity that is independent and another that is not recognized • None of the above
  5. 5. • To be diplomatic means to use: • Sincerity and politeness • Intelligence and tact • Communication and truthfulness • All of the above
  6. 6. • Diplomacy means • Sharing the same values • Speaking the same language • Observing the protocols, norms and rituals • All of the above
  7. 7. T /F • Diplomacy involves the need to be informed of the ambitions, weaknesses and resources of all the countries in the world………. • Mediation is part of the concerns of the diplomat • All countries, regardless of their status in the world, can have the same impact and achieve the same results in negotiations • In the diplomatic world, making friends and inviting them should be done with great caution
  8. 8. • ‘Regrets ONLY’: call only if you will not attend………………. • RSVP: respond whether you will attend or not…………. • At a reception, the host should be thanked before leaving…… • At a reception the host should be thanked with a letter later on….. • A consul is a first rank diplomat………………. • In negotiations, the rule of thumb is ‘the more you the better’
  9. 9. Questions • What is a diplomatic insult? • A proferred hand • Ceasuscu kept his hand to himself • De Gaule was a master at the art of proferred hands
  10. 10. • See F Kaler Ways of Negotiating with the Sovereigns

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