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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #122271: International relations
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    1. An is a diplomat of the highest rank who acts as a spokesperson for his country while residing in another nation.

    2. My uncle works in London as an ; he isn't the ambassador.

    3. is the management of relationships between countries.

    4. The Pope often appoints a Cardinal as his official .

    5. In violation of the , Hitler invaded the USSR in1941.

    6. The Swedish minister of Foreign Affairs has appointed a in my town.

    7. This economic report on Africa was written by a top-ranking .

    8. The is an international organisation working to foster global monetary cooperation.

    9. Mata Hari was convicted of being a for Germany during WW1.

    10. are commercial penalties applied by one or more countries against a targeted state for political or military issues.









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