© PA In the mid-1970s Henry Kissinger, “the godfather of diplomacy” and the then US secretary of state, deployed a technique called “constructive ambiguity” (indeed the term is attributed to him). The concept, according to the Brookings Institution, “is premised on the belief that ambiguously worded text can create opportunities for advancing the interests of ...
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