Talk:School of Diplomacy

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If, as the article suggests, these "diplomats" (against which the author seems to be rather biased) did nothing else but advocating attacking each other, why then are they called "diplomats", a diplomat - first and formost, I would say - trying to solve conflicts by way of talks...? Or were these only talks to prepare war? --HilmarHansWerner (talk) 16:54, 14 August 2017 (UTC)