'will help many other countries to change their position to send the money' to the TNC.
In this context, it may be enlightening to consider the quality as well as the quantity of the states extending diplomatic recognition
This is a biography of James Redpath (1833-1898) a journalist/activist who joined the Kansas "free state" campaign and befriended John Brown; toured Haiti and worked for Haitian diplomatic recognition
on the part of the United States; wrote anti-capital punishment tracts for his own line of cheap paperbound books for the Union military of the Civil War; served as a frontline war correspondent for the New York Tribune, organized a post war lecturing bureau with clients such as Frederick Douglass, Susan B.
On the diplomatic front, Ma has called for an end to the decades-old competition for international diplomatic recognition
between Taipei and Beijing.
It was Chen's first foreign trip since Costa Rica switched diplomatic recognition
to rival China in June, triggering fears of a domino effect among Taiwan's remaining political allies in the region;
Not true: They met with State Department officials, but their request for diplomatic recognition
The next three are formal or government-based actions: trade agreements, diplomatic recognition
, and international alliances.
of the Soviet Union in 1933--which in turn opened the spigots for aid and trade to the Communist behemoth.
The 1994 Agreed Framework, which froze North Korea's nuclear program in exchange for heavy fuel oil, two light-water nuclear reactors, and movement toward diplomatic recognition
, seemed to be such a deal.
demands before the latter bestowed diplomatic recognition
. Arafat's address before the U.N.
Japan switched diplomatic recognition
from Taipei to Beijing in 1972, but has been maintaining strong informal commercial and cultural ties with the island.
During the war, he went to France to seek aid and diplomatic recognition
for his fledgling country.