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What Is Traditional Diplomacy?

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diplomacy sucks when you have an exam on saturday

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Traditional diplomacy was more formal and protocols were extended to show the goodwill gestures. It was because of the less exposure between the two groups that it was conducted more precisely on a common agenda or the request for the permission to discuss the matter was put to the other side for formal gain of permission on the matter. The two parties always represented separate territories and laws and they could not challenge those except through war or aggression.
The traditional diplomacy directly represents nation states and will remain viable but will evolve more in a multilateral environment and the nations will group and form colitions for a common purpose but on a global agenda which will be set on the forums and floors of international organizations.
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Traditional diplomacy basically relates with territory. It is based on the assumption that communities are organized in the sovereign nation-states and the borders and limits are clearly defined. It is known as traditional diplomacy because it is more comfortable with geography and territory is the currency of diplomacy. The world where territory is no more a defining principle does not need the implications of traditional diplomacy.

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