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Adj.1.back-channel - via a back channel; "the failure of back-channel negotiations"
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He plunged through the wooded breast of the island, flew down to the lower end, crossed a back channel filled with rough ice to another island, gained a third island, curved back to the main river, and in desperation started to cross it.
LAHORE: Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Saqib Nisar on Monday remarked that back channels for seeking admission into private medical colleges will be shut.
Secret back channels in diplomacy are in the news today.
I'm respected in the industry; I am probably reviled in some of the back channels Actor Kelsey Grammer on being a Republican in the US At Christmas I always think of 'the boys' - and of course the girls nowadays - in today's armed forces just as I remember the troops I sang to in Burma and all that they went through all those years ago Dame Vera Lynn, 100 We live in such a fast-paced world that the short story acts as a perfect meditation Mel Giedroyc, who will chair the panel for the BBC National Short Story Award I'm just trying to take each day as it comes because these Star Wars films can have you planning 20 years in advance and that is scary to me Actor John Boyega
Grammer told Kirsty Young on Radio 4's Desert Island Discs: "I'm respected in the industry; I am probably reviled in some of the back channels."
He said the PPP believes in public power would come into power with public assistance not through any 'back channels'.
Like much secret diplomacy, Nixon's use of back channels was far from perfect but suited the needs of the moment.
He said the people of Pakistan had already rejected the negative politics of Imran Khan, through which Imran Khan was trying to come into the power through back channels.
Israel does not have formal relations with Saudi Arabia, but Katz suggested that the issue has been quietly raised through back channels, and said the Trump administration is "very active" in promoting regional "normalization."
Summary: "Back channels" have been used by every modern president, from John F.
Both parties tried to revive the negotiations through back channels and exploratory talks but failed until the government terminated negotiations in April 2013.
The sources stressed to Kuwait Times that much of the reduction in expat workers was due to positions being given out to employees who did not deserve the role and gained it via back channels.