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disˈplōməsē/

noun
1. the pursuit and/or belief in one's own skill of managing international relations, despite a simultaneously comical and utterly terrifying lack of qualifications or ability.

synonyms:

dealmaking, big time; beratesmanship, beratecraft
In an unpresidented act of displomacy, the President Elect started World War III by tweeting insults to the Chinese government.
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by Dr. Wordchuck February 05, 2017
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2
Actions by government officials that create diplomatic discord in order to disrupt foreign policy.
Exiting the Paris Climate Agreement was an act of blatant displomacy.
by SeekProof June 02, 2017
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