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    • Tzuriel
    • 11.10.10 | 13:22 (IST)

    Where have those rules of diplomacy gotten Israel thusfar? Concession after concession after concession, that's where. The only rule I think Israel should follow is to ensure the safety of diplomats. Other than that, tell them like it is. The language of half-truths and appeasement is tearing world governments apart and setting many of them on a course to disolution.

    from the article: French, Spanish FMs: Lieberman violated every rule of diplomacy
    First published 12:51 11.10.10 | Last updated 12:51 11.10.10
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