nondiplomatic

nondiplomatic

(ˌnɒnˌdɪpləˈmætɪk)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) not diplomatic or related to diplomacy
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Morales was traveling to Hong Kong with her family for a vacation on a nondiplomatic passport when she was stopped and detained by Hong Kong immigration officers for several hours.
The bot is intended to draw attention to the travel patterns of authoritarian leaders who may be entering Switzerland for nondiplomatic reasons, such as money laundering.
This was definitely a world changer that ended more than two decades of nondiplomatic relations between the two countries.
government is continuing internal deliberations about nondiplomatic options to address the war in Syria despite a Russian warning Thursday about the consequences of a strike on Syrian army positions, the U.S.
"Iran's ability to use diplomatic missions as a chance for nondiplomatic activities in the region will certainly be very much hampered," Pham said in a telephone interview Thursday.
Of course, if Iran is not prepared to accept a reasonable deal, the United States would have little choice but to turn to nondiplomatic approaches.
Yousaf Junaid, a PMLN loyalists and nondiplomatic bureaucrat, as Pakistan High Commissioner to Canada.
(89) See State Department Report, supra note 61, at 1018 ("The following case reports trace the history of Department of State decisions concerning the immunities of foreign states, their agencies and instrumentalities, their property, and their nondiplomatic and nonconsular officials, beginning with the Tate Letter of May 19, 1952, and ending with the entry into force on January 19, 1977, of the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act of 1976.").
SHORTLY before noon on November 20 ( Tuesday), an armoured black BMW X5 with a nondiplomatic number plate drove into the fortified Pakistan foreign office in Islamabad with a top secret note verbale ( diplomatic communication) from India.
Finally, the EC continued to criticise the Bulgarian lack of political will to fight actively high-level corruption and particularly expressed it with a rather nondiplomatic tone in the 2008 CVM interim report (EC 2008c).
Jon Jacobson's When the Soviet Union Entered World Politics examined Kremlin foreign policy in the context of Soviet domestic politics, while John Van Oudenaren's Detente in Europe integrated an analysis of the role of sports, the arts, nongovernmental organizations, parliamentary groups, public opinion, and other nondiplomatic agencies into the study of Soviet foreign affairs.
According to The Guardian newspaper, three sources within Obama's foreign policy team favor talks on a nondiplomatic level, possibly through American intelligence officers operating in the region.