summitry


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sum·mit·ry

 (sŭm′ĭ-trē)
n.
1. The holding of a summit conference: "Modern summitry began at Versailles in 1919" (George F. Will).
2. Participation in summit conferences.

summitry

(ˈsʌmɪtrɪ)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) chiefly US the practice of conducting international negotiations by summit conferences

sum•mit•ry

(ˈsʌm ɪ tri)

n.
the conducting of diplomatic negotiations at summit conferences.
[1955–60]
Translations

summitry

[ˈsʌmɪtrɪ] N (esp US) (hum) → práctica f de celebrar conferencias cumbre
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And by reversing the staging sequence of summitry -- a series of lower-level meetings to produce a basket of deliverables that muckety-mucks can then bless -- Trump threatens to turn what should be the diplomatic equivalent of the Brandenburg Concertos into an acid jazz improvisation.
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In addition, the conversation on strategic nuclear arms control must move from a two-sided American and Russian experience toward a tripartite nuclear summitry that includes China, despite individual, different policy objectives, experiences, and strategic perspectives with respect to nuclear weapons.
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The language of the Chairman's Statement issued at the end of the 30th Asean Summit held in the Philippines was disappointing; it failed to press the advantage a host traditionally enjoys in Asean summitry, which is the framing of shared concerns.
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The annual season of summitry, which began a week ago in Turkey for the Group of 20 meeting, and continued with regional forums in Manila and Kuala Lumpur, has been overshadowed by the string of recent deadly extremist attacks.