New Internationalist

The Language of International Relations

Issue 376
think-tank n.
Israeli policy advisor
lobbyist n.
Palestinian demonstrator
freedom-fighter n.
terrorist with good PR
democratize v.
to force people to choose to elect their leaders
forefather n.
foreign policy based on revenge
approximate n.
qualified friendship between world leaders, based on a mutual dislike of someone else.

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