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the irish and british players but a lot of outsiders as well as some americans, mr. clinton, george mitchell, a lot of others from around the world. bilateral has some successes, bilateral diplomacy by respect to the libya problem, we work with united kingdom on that. i also in the book draws some cautionary notes because in going to conferences, watching the way, quote, talking to terrorists has become one of the hottest fields in my own district i have a lot of reservations about the way in which diplomacy can succeed, just how far it can go so i am more reserved in that respect but i look at the falls negotiators stories of which there are some. one is the famous law case where is he said the gunman to do the dirty work and positioned himself, president government as a kind of intermediary who could step in and be helpful. there was a classic case of colonel gaddafi, one of the last cases of deliberate export of international terrorism, 99/2000, there was a crisis, gaining multiple hostages. out of the philippines, gaddafi then steps in in a grandiose way as a mediator and offers
including some americans like mr. clinton, like george mitchell and a lot of others from around the world. bilateral also has some successes with respect to the libya problem where we worked with united kingdom on that. but i also in the book draw some cautionary notes because in going to conferences as you do and listening to the discussion and watching the way talking to terrorists has become one of the hottest fields in my business of terrorism i have a lot of reservations about the way in which diplomacy can succeed, just how far it can go. so i'm more reserved in that respect but i look at for example some of the false negotiator stories which there are some. one is the famous case where an american was murdered. he sent the gunman in to do the the dirty work and positioned himself vis-À-vis resident government as an intermediary who could step in and be helpful. there was an absolute classic by colonel gadhafi. one of the last cases i find of deliberate export of international terrorism about 99 or 2000. there was a crisis with abu sigh of taking multiple foreign hostages so
players but a lot of outsiders including americans like mr. clinton and george mitchell and a lot of others from around the world. a bilateral also has some success i will mention in a minute with respect to the libyan problem that we work with the united kingdom, but also in the book i throw some cautionary note because going to the conference is as you do and started listening to the discussion and watching the way talking to a terrorist has become one of the hottest fields in my business in terrorism i have a lot of reservation about the way in which diplomacy can exceed just how far it can go. so, i'm more reserved in that respect, but i look at some of the false negotiator stories, but there are some. one is back in the famous case where an american basically send the gun man to do the work and event positioned himself as a kind of intermediary that could step in and be helpful. and there was an absolute classic by one of the last cases i find of th that the deliberate export in the international terrorism about 2,000 there was a crisis taking multiple hostages. so of the phi
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