• (noun): Transactions of professional or public interest.
    Example: "News of current affairs"; "great affairs of state"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on affairs:

Fathulla Jameel
... Fathulla Jameel (September 5, 1942 – March 1, 2012) was the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Maldives from 1978 to 2005 ... He became Minister of Foreign Affairs on March 14, 1978 and, under President Maumoon Abdul Gayoom, held that position for 27 years ... he resigned as Minister of Foreign Affairs and was instead appointed as a Special Advisor to the President ...
Keith Locke
... He was the Green Party spokesperson on Foreign Affairs, Defence, Ethnic Affairs, Pacific Affairs, Human Rights, Immigration, Police and Auckland Transport ...
Ministry Of Foreign And European Affairs (France) - Minister of Foreign and European Affairs (2007–Present)
... Laurent Fabius 16 May 2012 Present Cabinet of France Prime Minister Foreign Affairs Interior Overseas and Territorial Collectivities Ecology Transportation Public Works Economy, Industry and ...
Oleg Serebrian - Biography
... Serebrian entered the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Moldova in 1992 ... as spokesperson of Moldova's Ministry of Foreign Affairs ... is the author of several books on international affairs and geopolitics ...
Ministry Of Foreign And European Affairs (France) - The Central Administration
... Under the authority of the Minister of Foreign Affairs, along with two other ministers assigned to the Cooperation and European Affairs, Ministry of Foreign ...

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Famous quotes containing the word affairs:

    In a free society the state does not administer the affairs of men. It administers justice among men who conduct their own affairs.
    Walter Lippmann (1889–1974)

    Friendship is constant in all other things
    Save in the office and affairs of love.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    These things do not happen by chance. There is much less luck in public affairs than some suppose.
    Calvin Coolidge (1872–1933)