international affairs

  1. affairs between nations
    you can't really keep up with world affairs by watching television
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  • Nuclear proliferation has returned to centre stage in international affairs.
  • Harvard international affairs expert Joseph Nye, often credited with coining the term "smart power," said Clinton and Obama had made strides in coordinating work between the Pentagon and the State Department. Obama's "smart power" plan risks death of 1,000 cuts
  • Our interest in international affairs continues unabated.
  • I can only say in extenuation, I owe to Dr. Riddell, whom I am very happy to see here today, my deep interest in the early days in international affairs. The New Face of the United Nations
  • Reopening domestic production is an important part of a globalised supply chain, " David Sandalow, the energy department's assistant secretary for international affairs told a seminar in Washington.
  • Andrew Bacevich, the Boston University international affairs professor, called the lacunae between resources and strategy in Afghanistan “comparable” to the Vietnam strategy denounced by “a young John Kerry.” Think Again | ATTACKERMAN
  • In a brief statement, he concentrated entirely on international affairs.
  • The Honourable Theodore Marburg is justly regarded as an outstanding authority on international affairs. Certain Features of the Paris Constitution
  • NATO had played an important role in the international affairs under Yalta System after its establishment.
  • They were for use by statesmen and diplomats, working aids for the men engaged in the conduct of international affairs.
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