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Time for a New Era of Science Diplomacy

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Science  09 Feb 2007:
Vol. 315, Issue 5813, pp. 769-770
DOI: 10.1126/science.1139880

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  • English-Only Diplomacy?

    With one caveat I applaud the fine essay on "science diplomacy." A life member of AAAS since 1962, I am always glad to see an article that is practical, idealistic, and relevant to most readers of Science.

    English is the default solution to the problem of language diversity among scientists, but is it diplomatic to assume that we should leave it that way? An alternative possibility is to have an accessible, pra...

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