Vocabulary frequently used in Diplomatic and International Affairs

 1AbrogateRevokes formally
 2AccordConcurrence of opinion
 3AcknowledgeDeclare to be or admit the existence or reality of
 4AdversarySomeone who offers opposition
 5AgentA representative who acts on behalf of others
 6AmbassadorThe highest rank of diplomat
 7ArbitrationGiving authoritative judgment
 8BarterExchanging goods without involving money.
 9BetrayDeliver to an enemy by treachery
 10ChannelPracticing diplomacy through semi-formal deep and narrow bodies using interlocutors such as academic members of think-bank.
 11CharismaPersonal attractiveness that enables a person to influence others
 12ComplianceThe act of submitting usually surrendering power to another
 13ConflictAn open clash between two or more opposing groups
 14ConspiracyA plot to carry-out some harmful or illegal acts
 15CourtesyA considered and respectful amenities
 16DeclareState emphatically and authoritatively when a diplomat is considered as “persona non grata”  
 17DelegationAssign some or all duties, capacities or privileges to others.
 18DisputeAn act of coming into conflict
 19EmbargoA government order imposing a trade barrier
 20EntityThat has its own distinct existence
 21EnvoyA diplomat having less authority than ambassador
 22GestureMotion of hands or body empathize thoughts or feeling
 23IllicitContrary to accept morality or convention
 24InitiativeReadiness to embark on hold new ventures
 25IntegrityAn undivided or unbroken completeness with nothing wanting
 26IntrigueA crafty and involved plot to achieve your ends
 27MeasureDetermines the diminutions of something
 28MediationIntervening between parities to reach a settlement
 29MissionAn operation that is assigned by a higher level management (e.g. Headquarter)
 30OminousThreatening or foreshadowing evil or tragic development
 31PermanentContinuing or enduring without marked change in status
 32PerseveranceThe act of persisting failure, coupled with perseverance, can be springboard to better things.  
 33PrivilegeA special advantage or benefit not enjoyed by all
 34ReciprocalConcerning each of two or more persons or things
 35RecognizePerceive to be something or something you can identify
 36RemittanceA payment of money sent to a person in another place
 37ResolutionA decision to do something or to behave in a certain matter
 38RivalA contestant you hope to defeat
 39SanctionOfficial permission or approval
 40SecureFree from danger or risk