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Daniel Defoe's principles on diplomacy and international relations convey that he used to be a diplomatic realist who used to be concerned about such issues because the risks of common monarchy, the stability of energy, simply wars, the rights and tasks of diplomatic brokers, and the operations of alliances.

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