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Foreign policy vocabulary - Fill in the gaps and translate the following

expressions into Croatian.


armistice - summit - ambassador - diplomatic recognition - alliance
treaties - foreign policy shuttle diplomacy - foreign relations
Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries - peace treaties
diplomatic corps - Commercial (Trade) Treaties - Secretary of State
Central Intelligence Agency ceasefire - personal diplomacy foreign
affairs diplomacy think tanks
1. ________________ - The plan that a nation works out for dealing with
other nations.
2.
_________________- The way in which policy is carried out. It means
how the government gets along with other nations.
3. Matters concerning other countries are called _________________.
4. Management of a countrys interests in another country is called
___________________. (There are different types of it e.g. gunboat
_____________, quiet ________________, secret ________________
etc.)
5. ___________________ are agreements to end wars.
6. ____________________ is an agreement to stop fighting, whereas
____________________ is an agreement by two sides in a conflict to stop
fighting for a time.
7. ___________________ - Agreements in which nations promise to help
defend each other in case of attack.
8. ____________________- Agreements by two or more nations to
trade with each other on favorable terms.
9. ______________________- representatives of e.g. the United States in
foreign countries.
10.
___________________________ - the president may decide
whether to recognize the government of a foreign nation.
11.
____________________________ - advises the President and
supervises the activities of American Ambassadors
12.
_____________________ - ambassadors and other representatives
serving in foreign nations.
13.
_________________________________- government agency that
gathers and studies information about foreign nations.
14.
_______________________________- top advisers to the
president on matters concerning defense and foreign policy
15.
___________________________- process by which the president
meets with foreign leaders and ambassadors.
16.
_____________________- a meeting between heads of state.
17.
________________________________- peace seeking method
characterized by a diplomat flying back and forth between nations.
18.
___________________________ - Organization of major exporting
oil countries that set the prices for the worlds oil supplies.

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Foreign policy vocabulary - Fill in the gaps and translate the following
expressions into Croatian.
armistice - summit - ambassador - diplomatic recognition - alliance
treaties - foreign policy shuttle diplomacy - foreign relations
Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries - peace treaties
diplomatic corps - Commercial (Trade) Treaties - Secretary of State
Central Intelligence Agency ceasefire - personal diplomacy foreign
affairs diplomacy think tanks
1. Foreign policy - The plan that a nation works out for dealing with other
nations.
2.
Foreign relations - The way in which policy is carried out. It means how
the government gets along with other nations.
3. Matters concerning other countries are called foreign affairs.
4. Management of a countrys interests in another country is called
diplomacy. (There are different types of it e.g. gunboat diplomacy, quiet
diplomacy, secret diplomacy etc.)
5. Peace treaties are agreements to end wars.
6. Armistice is an agreement to stop fighting, whereas ceasefire is an
agreement by two sides in a conflict to stop fighting for a time.
7. Alliance treaties - Agreements in which nations promise to help defend
each other in case of attack.
8. Commercial (Trade) Treaties - Agreements by two or more nations to
trade with each other on favorable terms.
9. Ambassadors - representatives of e.g. the United States in foreign
countries.
10.
Diplomatic recognition - the president may decide whether to
recognize the government of a foreign nation.
11.
Secretary of State - advises the President and supervises the
activities of American Ambassadors
12.
Diplomatic corps - ambassadors and other representatives
serving in foreign nations.
13.
Central Intelligence Agency - government agency that gathers
and studies information about foreign nations.
14.
Think tanks - top advisers to the president on matters concerning
defense and foreign policy
15.
Personal diplomacy - process by which the president meets with
foreign leaders and ambassadors.
16.
Summit - a meeting between heads of state.
17.
Shuttle diplomacy - peace seeking method characterized by a
diplomat flying back and forth between nations.
18.
Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries - Organization
of major exporting oil countries that set the prices for the worlds oil
supplies.