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British Diplomacy. By Bakina Marina 9V lyceum №14 Teacher: Popova E.P . Why I have chosen this topic of presentation. I always wanted to become a diplomat. And always I have faced a lot of questions about it. I hope, that my project will answer on all these questions .

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british diplomacy

British Diplomacy

By Bakina Marina 9V

lyceum №14

Teacher: Popova E.P.

why i have chosen this topic of presentation
Why I have chosen this topic of presentation

I always wanted to become a diplomat. And always I have faced a lot of questions about it.

I hope, that my project will answer on all these questions 

  • People were always interested in peaceful life without wars. But sometimes it was really difficult to keep situation controlled and not to start to make a war.
  • We all knew about a huge amount of past battles on territory of Great Britain. But how many of them would be, if there were not people who prevented and prevent now conflict between states.
  • So rightly assume that this theme is quite popular in the society, especially nowadays..
real meaning of well known word
Real meaning of well-known word
  • Diplomacy


  • 1.The profession, activity, or skill of managing international relations, typically by a country’s representatives abroad.
  • 2.The art of dealing with people in a sensitive and tactful way.

British diplomacy is a classic, as a standard, it influenced the development of international diplomacy in the XIX-XX centuries.

The first diplomatic document was Merchant Charter, dated back to 1303.

the country in which the sun never sets
“The country in which the sun never sets"
  • The strongest feature of British diplomacy is the perfect knowledge of the subject, of problems that should be solved, knowledge of countries, encyclopedic data that are passed from generation to generation.

"England has no permanent enemies or permanent friends. It has only permanent interests"

Henry John Temple

3rd Viscount of Palmerston

some important facts
Some important facts
  • British diplomats are not very fond of talking about global problems
  • Englishmen prefer to deal with specific questions of today or tomorrow
  • British diplomacy is closely monitoring the changes in the international situation and immediately reacts to them
  • British diplomacy doesn’t like to do sharp turns in its course, but when it needs such things, it is the initiator
  • Great Britain has always advocated the secret diplomacy
english features of etiquette
English features of etiquette
  • There are very strict requirements for punctuality In the UK
  • It is not customary to exchange business cards In English homes.
  • As for the behavior at the table, the plates are removed by steward only after you put the knife and fork parallel to each other.

Englishmen adhere to strict rules, choosing clothes for visits.

  • The British don’t like when local talks appears at the table.
british embassies in our country
British embassies in our country

British Embassy in Moscow

General Consulate of England in St. Petersburg

the most famous british diplomats
The most famous British diplomats

Edward Grey 1862 -1933

James Harris, 1st Earl of Malmesbury


James Bryce, 1st Viscount Bryce



Be wiser than others, if you can, but do not tell them about it.

(Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope - Statesman, diplomat, writer)

  • As we could diplomacy played and plays enormous role in the society. Diplomat is a really exciting, important but dangerous job.
  • If you want to learn more about international diplomacy, I advise you to read this books both in Russian and English.
used literature
Used literature