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Language, law and diplomacy

Alexander Ostrower

Language, law and diplomacy

a study of linguistic diversity in official international relations and international law.

by Alexander Ostrower

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Published by Pennsylvania U.P. .
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Language, Law and Diplomacy (2 Volume Set) Hardcover – Ma by Alexander Ostrower (Author)Author: Alexander Ostrower. Language, law, and diplomacy; a study of linguistic diversity in official international relations and international law.

This book is an important and remarkable publication about English as a diplomatic language. It will be very useful, appropriate and suitable for scholars, instructors, students and all professionals working in this global : $ relations, diplomacy and international law.

Alexander Ostrower, a well-known lawyer and distinguished linguist, has undertaken the extremely difficult task of filling the gap. The law and diplomacy book consists of a preface, an introduction, three parts, an appendix containing useful excerpts from the Repertoire of Practice of the Security.

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He discusses the different schools of foreign affairs supported with historic examples. He then continues to describe the evolution of American foreign affairs with all its strengths /5. A Dictionary of Diplomacy Second Edition G. Berridge Emeritus Professor of International Politics the day-to-day language of diplo-macy has been enormously augmented as a result of the quantitative revolu-tion which the activity has undergone.

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File Size: 48KB. Listopia > Diplomacy Book Lists. American Foreign Policy. books — voters The Cold War (nonfiction) books — 69 voters Diplomacy in Book Titles. 94 books — 32 voters Presidents Reading Project.

46 books — 29 voters International Relations, Books. The “ABC of Diplomacy” explains some of the most important and fre-quently used terms and concepts of diplomacy without claiming to pro-vide a comprehensive glossary of terms on the subject.

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In he was a fellow at the Niehaus Center for Globalization and Governance at the Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University. French was becoming a lingua franca — a language that goes beyond the boundaries of its community of speakers and becomes a language for communication between groups not sharing a common tongue.

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