Notably, 52% of Republicans said Iran can be contained with diplomacy and 17% said it is not a threat at this time.
Communicating with the Hermit Kingdom is never easy, and often requires 'track two' diplomacy.
But I saw some parallels as far as the lack of diplomacy goes.
We have also revitalized American diplomacy and strengthened our alliances.
But the alternatives to war were incoherent under an American administration that really did not put much faith in diplomacy.
War itself had become a matter of arrangement, bargain, and diplomacy.
By diplomacy, arranged beforehand with the door-girl, he got her downstairs.
In that direction lay the only hope for the restoration of France and of diplomacy.
Next in importance, if not equal to it, was his activity in politics and diplomacy.
But to them we must observe, that they know so little of the subject of diplomacy that their opinion is of no sort of consequence.
1796, from French diplomatie, formed from diplomate "diplomat" (on model of aristocratie from aristocrate), from Latin adjective diplomaticos, from diploma (genitive diplomatis) "official document conferring a privilege" (see diploma; for sense evolution, see diplomatic).
It is obvious to any one who has been in charge of the interests of his country abroad that the day secrecy is abolished negotiations of any kind will become impossible. [Jules Cambon, "The Diplomatist" (transl. Christopher Rede Turner), 1931]