1. Jamboree
• A large celebration or party, typically a lavish and boisterous one.
Usage: The film industry’s annual jamboree in Cannes.

2. Secessionist
• A person who favours formal withdrawal from membership of a federation or body, especially a political state.
Usage: They were abducted by the secessionist guerrilla group they went to interview.

3. Lose-win Game vs Lose-lose Game
• In a ‘Lose-win Game’ where one is ready to bear with some setbacks for eventual gains.
• In a ‘Lose-lose Game’ where one wants everyone to end up as losers in the event of a conflict.

4. Great Satan
• The Great Satan is a derogatory epithet for the United States of America in some Iranian foreign policy statements. Occasionally, these words have also been used toward the government of the United Kingdom.
Usage: Or, have Muslims been alienated from the Congress because of the Prime Minister’s warm embrace of the Great Satan

5. Unilateralism vs Multilateralism
• Unilateralism is any doctrine or agenda that supports one-sided action.
• Multilateralism, which is the doctrine which asserts the benefits of participation from as many parties as possible.
• Multilateralism is unbiased trade between nations, while unilateralism is a tendency of nations to act on their own, or with only minimal consultation and involvement with other nations.

6. Neo-conservatism
• Neo-conservatism is a political movement born in the United States during the 1960s among liberal hawks who became disenchanted with the increasingly pacifist foreign policy of the Democratic Party, and the growing New Left and counterculture, in particular the Vietnam protests.

7. Purveyor
• A person who sells or deals in particular goods.
Usage: A purveyor of large luxury vehicles.
• A person or group who spreads or promotes an idea, view.
Usage: A purveyor of traditional Christian values.

8. Tote
• Carry, wield, or convey something heavy or substantial.
Usage: Here are books well worth toting home.

9. Carrot and Stick Policy
• It is an idiom that refers to a policy of offering a combination of reward and punishment to induce good behavior.
• It is named in reference to a cart driver dangling a carrot in front of a mule and holding a stick behind it.

10. Jostle
• Push, elbow, or bump against someone roughly, typically in a crowd.
Usage: He was jostled by passengers rushing for the gates.

11. Ostensibly
• As appears or is stated to be true, though not necessarily so; apparently.
Usage: The party secretary resigned, ostensibly from ill health.

12. Rebuttal
• In law, rebuttal is a form of evidence that is presented to contradict or nullify other evidence that has been presented by an adverse party.
Usage: It is not the normal practice for the Secretary of State to call any witnesses in rebuttal of an appellant’s evidence.

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