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A Freedom of Information Act lawsuit filed by Voice of San Diego also revealed that General Atomics was planning to use the test flight to impress foreign diplomats in the market for military-grade drones.

No matter who they love or who they are, our diplomats deserve dignity and respect.

Brinkley, however, declined to comment on the FAA emails or shed light on which military diplomats were lined up for the San Diego demonstration.

Indeed, it has been accused of targeting foreign diplomats in third countries in the past.

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As Scott Anderson explained on the Lawfare podcast, the principles behind State Department policies banning partisan activities by overseas diplomats are that they represent the entire nation – not just one political party.

His plan was to one day become a diplomat, but he was losing faith in the idea of international policy as a career path.

“That would fit into the Kremlin narrative,” says the diplomat.

He was a diplomat, New York governor, and vice president of the United States.

A U.S. diplomat once spoke with bitterness of the breadth of his power when negotiating with an uncooperative dictator.

“At the time, the Turks were certain that they could control those groups,” a foreign diplomat told The Daily Beast.

Governor Spotswood also was a most able diplomat with the Indians, and he tried conscientiously to help them get better educated.

The opportunity came presently, for Lady Merehaven was called away, leaving a pompous old diplomat to wait on the queen.

Ede was the type after which some department store advertising-department diplomat had coined the term "stylish stout."

It was a difficult matter to detach the old diplomat from the circle surrounding him, but Varney succeeded at length.

For the purposes of this difficult negotiation Napoleon had chosen Caulaincourt, his devoted servant and most adroit diplomat.


On this page you'll find 25 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to diplomat, such as: agent, envoy, expert, mediator, minister, and negotiator.

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