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This section contains a glossary of the book Diplomacy with a Difference: The Commonwealth Office of High Commissioner, 1880–2006. The essence of diplomacy is communication. It is the means whereby sovereign states notional persons communicate with other states through their human representatives. Between the member states of the Commonwealth, heads of missions are termed ‘high commissioners’, and the missions they head are referred as ‘high commissions’.

Keywords: Commonwealth members; diplomacy; High Commissioner



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