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  1. Jun 2022
    1. “guardrails”

      Guardrails is part of new language in global diplomacy

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  2. Feb 2022
    1. guardrails

      ||Andrej|| 'guardrailes' are used more and more in global and diplomatic lingo.

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  3. Jan 2022
    1. Poetry criticism:

      Ai and Poetry.

      Bi and Aldo, I know that you have been interested in poetry. Here is an interesting paragraph explaining that meaning of poetry could be reduced to AI challenge via limited possibility to explain our emotional experience while listening poetry.

      ||biscottATdiplomacy.edu||||aldo.matteucciATgmail.com||||Jovan||

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  4. Dec 2021
    1. “To clarify, the paragraph about Xinjiang in the letter is only for expressing the original intention of compliance and legality, not its intention or position.”

      ||Andrej||||Dragana||||Andrej|| This is a very interesting sentence by which Intel tries to back-paddle from pressure from China....

      "expressing the original intention of compliance and legality, not its intention or position'

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    1. Last-minute pressure from China and India resulted in heavily watered-down language in the final agreement: Rather than calling on countries to accelerate the “phasing out of coal and subsidies for fossil fuels,” the agreement’s final language states the goal of “accelerating efforts toward the phase-down of unabated coal power and inefficient fossil fuel subsidies.” This is not simply a matter of semantics. The text is littered with phrases like “requests” and “calls upon” and “invites” and “encourages,” starkly reminding us that the pact is not binding.

      ||Andrej||||Dragana||This could be an interesting case study for our language courses or for the course on Language of climate change diplomacy (future short course) which can analyse framing of discussion on climate change. Similar short courses (10 days) could be organised for AI, 5G, etc.

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  5. Sep 2021
    1. To this solemn conclave, I declare that the Dominican Republic has shown and will continue to show its due solidarity and collaboration with the Haitian people, but I also reiterate that THERE IS NOT, NOR WILL THERE EVER BE, A DOMINICAN SOLUTION TO THE CRISIS IN HAITI

      Part of the text is in capital letters

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    1. solidarity

      Solidarity is gaining prominence. There is overall shift towards more social/development approach in an overall framing.

    2. a breakdown or a breakthrough.

      This is likely to become linguistical tool: breadown - breakthrough. To be followed by our language team!

      ||Andrej||

    3. How to conduct numverical analysis of this text - sort of 'Sketch Engine' analysis?

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    1. guard rails

      guard rails are increasingly used in lingo related to technology. To be monitored

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