By D. MacIver, M.C. MacKenzie
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In consequence, small states are much more 24 buffer zone physically secure than they used to be. But they are no less subject to non-physical pressures from larger states than hitherto. buffer zone. An area lying between two hostile (and often recentlybelligerent) states or groups in which neither of them maintains armed forces. There is thus a dividing zone of territory between their forces, which reduces the likelihood of accidental conflict and may contribute to a calmer disposition on one or both sides.
The same terms are often still employed in diplomatic services, but sometimes the holder of such a position is described as ‘counsellor (commercial)’. commercial diplomacy. The work of *diplomatic missions in support of the home country’s business and finance sectors. Distinct from although obviously closely related to *economic diplomacy, it is now common for commercial diplomacy to include the promotion of inward and outward investment, as well as trade. Important features of this work are the supplying of information about export and investment oppor- commission of appointment 39 tunities and organizing and helping to act as hosts to trade missions from home.
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A Chinese-English dictionary: Hakka-dialect, as spoken in Kwang-tung province by D. MacIver, M.C. MacKenzie