War diplomacy

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War diplomacy refers to the use of diplomatic negotiations and tactics in the context of a potential or ongoing armed conflict. In other words, it is the practice of using diplomatic channels to manage and potentially resolve conflicts that have the potential to escalate into military action.

War diplomacy typically involves a variety of diplomatic efforts, including negotiations, mediation, and other forms of dialogue between parties involved in the conflict. The goal is often to prevent the conflict from escalating further and to find a peaceful resolution to the underlying issues that have led to the conflict.

However, it is important to note that war diplomacy is not always successful in preventing or resolving conflicts, and in some cases, military action may still be necessary. Nonetheless, the use of diplomacy can help to reduce the likelihood of violence and promote more peaceful outcomes.

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