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The history of mankind shows that contemporary civilization is in point of fact presents neither more nor less than a symbiosis of various civilizations and national cultures. Therefore the dialogue between civilizations gives evidence that all countries regardless of certain differences in cultures are seeking for the clinching the matters of variance by dint of dialogue and interchange of views, rather than by means of war and bloodshed.
First of all let us try to define what is diplomacy. This term is very often mixed with the term 'foreign policies'. The difference between the two terms was well summarized by Watson (1982, p.10), who points out that "while foreign policy is the substance of a state's relations with other states and agencies and the goals it strives to achieve by those relations", diplomacy is "the process of dialogue and negotiation by which states in a system conduct their relations and pursue their purposes by means short of war." As observed by Berridge (1995, p.1), "diplomacy as a professional activity is regulated by custom and by law. ...
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