[ US /diˈmɑɹtʃ, dɪˈmɑɹtʃ/ ]
  1. a move or step or maneuver in political or diplomatic affairs
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How To Use demarche In A Sentence

  • While welcoming the announcement with respect to humpback whales, Australia last night led a formal diplomatic protest - known as a demarche - in Tokyo to mark the start of Japan's 2007-08 whaling season. The Hon Stephen Smith MP, Minister for Foreign Affairs - Australia welcomes suspension of humpback whaling by Japan
  • Diplomats from around the world, led by Britain's ambassador, have today delivered a strongly-worded protest "demarche" condemning Iceland over its decision to resume commercial whaling. UK leads attack on 'pariah state' Iceland
  • On the 17th, the US Embassy delivered a démarche to the Polish Government.
  • The interference of the two kings in Cappadocia led to Roman intervention and a démarche by Sulla.
  • The agency has sent a formal request, known as a demarche, to the Chinese government asking for the review, according to a State Department official. ACM TechNews
  • Nous sommes en conséquence profondément indignés de la forme et contenu de la démarche de M. Pierre Elliot Trudeau. Archive 2007-04-01
  • During a trip to India, a senior State Department official delivered a "demarche" or official warning to the Indian government, but New Delhi still resisted the U.S. pressure. Bush's Enron Lies
  • For Churchill or Hitler, such a démarche was unnecessary.
  • A demarche is a formal communication - typically delivered in person by a diplomat based oversees to a foreign government - that sets out his or her country's views, for example to protest against a policy or action. - Answers + Analysis + Advice
  • a demarche is the strongest sanction a country can exercise against another. ANC Daily News Briefing
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