diplospeak

diplospeak

(ˈdɪpləʊˌspiːk)
n
the polite and placatory language usually associated with diplomats
[from diplo(mat) + -speak]
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But a more detailed study of diplospeak would find examples every year going back centuries.
They learn diplospeak mainly on the job, from more experienced American diplomats.
The Wikileaks revelations have thrown some diplospeak statements into sharp relief when they have allowed comparison between diplomats' classified communications to Washington with what they have said in public.
Then, he confuses a crucial, diplospeak nuance: He notes that the U.
In Iranian diplospeak that means acknowledging Iran's paramount position in Iraq and the Gulf region and backing off the confrontation over Iran's nuclear programme.
In UN diplospeak, that means the issue remains on the Council's agenda, and under Council authority.