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foreign office

the ministry of a country or state that is concerned with dealings with other states
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Donat Pharand, leading expert on Arctic maritime law, and Leonard Legault, a former diplomat with the Canadian Department of External Affairs.
was then produced as a joint publication between the Department of External Affairs and the Department of the Interior, and was accompanied by a 90-page explanatory Handbook and Index (Fig.
The book said Taylor sent daily reports to two officials in Canada's Department of External Affairs in Ottawa.
A January 31 memo signed MW stated: "I phoned Mr Kennedy, protocol officer, Department of External Affairs, some time ago and informed him it was possible that the President would be attending, in the near future, a function at which the toast of 'His Holiness' would be proposed.
Frustrated officials in the Department of External Affairs blamed the Czech government for refusing to issue visas and lobbied their counterparts in Prague to be more open.
She was integral to the running of the important Walter Clayton (codename Klod/ Claud) espionage network, targeted at the Department of External Affairs, (29) and provided operational support for Clayton and his network who used her flat (a "conspiratorial apartment", to use Soviet jargon) in Darlinghurst, Sydney.
He has worked as special assistant to Ontarios minister of the environment, and as policy adviser in the Office of the Premier of Ontario prior to joining the Department of External Affairs and International Trade in 1989.
Those of us engaged in disarmament issues will always honour him for his pioneering development of a formal process of policy dialogue between what was then the Department of External Affairs and representatives of Canadian civil society.
After the war, he attended Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar, and after earning a master's degree there he joined the Canadian Department of External Affairs, serving in Peru, Sri Lanka and Australia.
At the end of chapter eight he appears to be without a job when the government stopped training young people at the college for the newly developing Department of External Affairs.
Wright took his first federal government position in 1975 as an economist with the Department of External Affairs.

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