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Noam Chomsky - Star Trek TV - Tony Benn - Tora! Tora! Tora! 1970 - John Dolibois - Richard Miles - Isaac Goldberg - Caskie Stinnett - Hassan Rouhani - Henry Kissinger - Winston Churchill - David Frost - Isabel Allende - Karl Kraus - Cambridge Spies 2003 - The Constant Gardener 2005 - Inside the American Embassy TV -

 

 

94,738.  In the evolving world order, the comparative advantage of the United States lies in military force, in which it ranks supreme.  Diplomacy and international law have always been regarded as an annoying encumbrance, unless they can be used to advantage against an enemy ... but when the veil is lifted, we commonly see that diplomacy is understood as a disguise for the rule of force.  (Empire US & Diplomacy)  Noam Chomsky, Deterring Democracy

 

 

24,024.  The best diplomat I know is a fully-activated phaser bank.  (Star Trek & Diplomacy)  Star Trek: A Taste of Armageddon s1e23, Scotty

 

 

24,147.  We must acknowledge once and for all that the purpose of diplomacy is to prolong a crisis.  (Star Trek & Diplomacy & Crisis)  Star Trek: The Mark of Gideon s3e16

 

 

25,860.  All war represents a failure of diplomacy.  (War & Diplomacy)  Tony Benn

 

 

27,045.  There’s no last word in diplomacy.  (World War II & Diplomacy & Pearl Harbor)  Tora! Tora! Tora! 1970 starring Joseph Cotton & Martin Balsam & Jason Robards & So Yamamura & Tatsuya Mihashi & E G Marshall & James Whitmore & Takahiro Tamura et al, director Richard Fleischer

 

 

28,138.  Hitler had selected von Ribbentrop to be his foreign minister because he naively believed that a man who had been dealing in champagne would know something about diplomacy.  (Nazi & Diplomacy)  John Dolibois, interpreter US prosecution

 

 

56,988.  By the middle of the second millennium B.C. there was a new game to play – Diplomacy.  The Hittite Kings of Anatolia were the pioneers of this new form of war by other means.  (Hittites & Diplomacy & Turkey)  Richard Miles, Ancient Worlds: Come Together

 

 

70,287.  Diplomacy is to do and say

The nastiest thing in the nicest way.  Isaac Goldberg, cited The Reflex October 1927

 

 

70,288.  A diplomat ... is a person who can tell you to go to hell in such a way that you actually look forward to the trip.  Caskie Stinnett, Out of the Red 1960

 

 

70,289.  A constructive approach to diplomacy doesn’t mean relinquishing one’s rights.  It means engaging with one's counterparts, on the basis of equal footing and mutual respect, to address shared concerns and achieve shared objectives.  Hassan Rouhani

 

 

70,290.  Diplomacy: the art of restraining power.  Henry Kissinger

 

 

70,291.  Diplomacy is the art of telling people to go to hell in such a way that they ask for directions.  Winston Churchill

 

 

70,292.  Diplomacy, n. is the art of letting somebody else have your way.  David Frost

 

 

73,444.  I have been a foreigner all my life, first as a daughter of diplomats, then as a political refugee and now as an immigrant in the US.  I have had to leave everything behind and start anew several times, and I have lost most of my extended family.  (Foreigner & Family & Diplomacy)  Isabel Allende

 

 

87,169.  How is the world ruled and how do wars start?  Diplomats tell lies to journalists and then believe what they read.  (Rule & Diplomat & War & Journalist)  Karl Kraus, Aphorisms and More Aphorisms 1909

 

 

116,298.  Knowing what to sweep under the carpet is the art of diplomacy, wouldn’t you say?  (Spy & Diplomacy)  Cambridge Spies I II III IV, BBC 2003, British spy chief to Angleton

 

 

118,064.  Diplomacy … is the very map and marker of civilisation.  (Spy Films & Diplomacy)  The Constant Gardner 2005 starring Ralph Fiennes & Rachel Weisz & Danny Huston & Hubert Kounde & Archie Panjabi & Bill Nighy & Gerard McSorley & Pete Postlethwaite & Donald Sumpter & Richard McCabe et al, director Fernando Meirelles, Fiennes’ lecture

 

 

119,504.  The American Embassy in London: home to the United Sates government on British soil.  With unprecedented access Channel 4 has spend a year behind its closed doors.  This is diplomacy in the age of Trump.  (Diplomacy & Foreign Relations US)  Inside the American Embassy I, Channel 4 2018

 

119,505.  We follow the Embassy’s controversial move across London.  (Diplomacy & Foreign Relations US)  ibid.

 

119,506.  Robert Wood Johnson: The 71-year-old billionaire is an heir to the Johnson and Johnson pharmaceutical giant and owner of the New York Jets.  (Diplomacy & Foreign Relations US)  ibid.

 

119,507.  To secure American interests, the Embassy has teams of political officers: experts on the British economy and Westminster.  (Diplomacy & Foreign Relations US)  ibid.

 

 

119,637.  Under this president, getting into America is tougher than ever.  The US embassy is a US border within the UK.  (Diplomacy & Foreign Relations UK)  Inside the American Embassy II: Trump’s UK Border  

 

119,638.  Every day a further 800 people are approved or denied by the team of Consular officers.  (Diplomacy & Foreign Relations UK)  ibid.

 

119,639.  The quarter of a million Americans living in the UK.  (Diplomacy & Foreign Relations UK)  ibid.  

 

 

119,694.  Behind the scenes, America is telling the British government what it wants using a centuries-old form of communication known as demarche.  (Diplomacy & Foreign Relations US)  Inside the American Embassy III

 

119,695.  For the embassy’s diplomats there’s one issue they cannot keep out of the public eye  American chlorinated chicken.  It’s been off the menu in the UK for 20 years.  (Diplomacy & Foreign Relations US & Chicken)  ibid.