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Multilateral diplomacy is defined as the practice of involving more than two nations or parties in achieving diplomatic solutions to supranational problems. This article begins by describing the many functions performed by multilateral diplomacy. The second part discusses the many forms that multilateral diplomacy takes. The third describes the constant political stresses and tensions that run through multilateral diplomacy. The fourth suggests some solutions for the future to resolve these tensions.
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