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Die Sprache(n) der Diplomatie
The purpose of this thesis is to analyse the evolution of multilingualism and interpreting in the diplomatic arena, as compared with a lingua franca, specifically, the spreading use of English as a lingua franca (ELF) in diplomacy. After the role of French as the European language of choice in diplomatic circles had declined, and nationalism gained importance, multilingualism in diplomacy rose in the 20th century after the Paris Peace Talks and the inception of the Unit-ed Nations. Currently,doi:10.25365/thesis.49698 fatcat:tnvhpmdnhnbodfpeifxpnwz4gi