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statesmanship

noun as in international relations

noun as in political science

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As we turn to business to help provide guardrails, there is good precedent for such corporate statesmanship.

From Fortune

So Netanyahu's best play, against character, is statesmanship.

That's a tremendously difficult job and it requires a tremendous amount of statesmanship and leadership.

But Texas is far from alone in a stunning lack of statesmanship shown in the redistricting process.

Dire predictions about government's inability to function were shot down by last-minute acts of statesmanship on Capitol Hill.

Influential commentators have weighed in, with one accusing Obama of “crass populism which shows very poor statesmanship.”

We say—mark this, in order to appreciate a display of the true genius of statesmanship.

But what a contrast to this spasm of local statesmanship the earlier years of that drink-sodden century display!

Where else is the field of statesmanship so large, or the necessity for able statesmen so great?

True philosophy, the Christian law, and the art of statesmanship, unite to teach this truth.

In the inauguration of the system, Japanese statesmanship was exposed to a severe ordeal.

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On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to statesmanship, such as: comparative government, foreign affairs, geopolitics, geopolitik, international affairs, and public administration.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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