Ad hoc diplomacy

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Ad hoc diplomacy is a term which is used to refer to diplomacy conducted by intermittent or sporadic means, such as roving ambassadors or special missions. It is therefore to be distinguished from the conduct of diplomacy through resident and permanent missions. (Source: Berridge, G. R., & James, A. (2001). A dictionary of diplomacy. Palgrave.)

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