demarche demarche  /dɪ ˈmɑrtʃ/


  • (n) a move or step or maneuver in political or diplomatic affairs


  1. An urgent and serious demarche by the international community is most needed.
  2. Beijing may have thought it was making a clear diplomatic demarche.
  3. But it is only the latest event in the democratic demarche, which began with the Philippines and Korea and has now reached wondrous proportions.


  • Walker's World: A 'fudge' for France

    Paris (UPI) Jun 17, 2013 Diplomacy has a language all its own from demarche for an initiative to bout de papier for a very informal proposal. But one of the most useful is "fudge" - and it means that some creative language was used to keep the show on the road. On Friday night, after 12 hours of wrangling in Luxembourg, the European Union delivered a fudge that successfully found a way around a ...
    on June 17, 2013     Source: Space War

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