Nonetheless, two of the W.T.O.'s 140 member countries are vying for the meeting, and the contest between Chile and the Persian Gulf state of Qatar has turned into another diplomatic wrangle.
Now began a long painful recovery, while the French and Spanish authorities, from Consular to Ambassadorial and ultimately at Ministerial level, indulged in a bitter diplomatic wrangle over Muir's release.
Turkey says the 65-member group is linked to separatist rebels, and Spanish businessmen are concerned that a diplomatic wrangle could hurt exports.
Foreign Minister Qian Qichen spoke with Chinese reporters in New York on Saturday about the diplomatic wrangle over how much pomp will be accorded a visit by the Chinese leader this month.
Unreasonable Dowd The LAT leads with the emerging diplomatic wrangle over whether or not international sanctions against Saddam Hussein should continue.
The French President Valery Giscard d'Estaing became embroiled in a diplomatic wrangle ahead a visit to Britain because he did not want to sit in a chair without arms.
Witnessing at first-hand the early diplomatic wrangles at the UN reinforced his scepticism about the possibility of lasting co-operation between sovereign states - a view reflected in the first edition of his Power Politics.
Meeting with foreign ministers from Latin America and the Caribbean today, Secretary of State Colin L. Powell moved to smooth over differences from the diplomatic wrangle that preceded the war in Iraq, but encountered divergences on issues like trade and human rights.
In a welcome return to the New Victory Theater through April 22, this remarkable troupe, under the direction of Ken Hai, brings a warmth and joy to Chinese-American relations that provides a bracing counterbalance to the countries' recent chilly diplomatic wrangle.
He also prognosticated the low ebbs in Ethiopia's bilateral ties with the US as result of foreseeable diplomatic wrangles over the grim domestic human rights situation.