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Spring 2015 Retreat Issue



The Editor: About The Diplomatic Pouch
We're back! Yes, it's another issue of the Pouch — just what you've been waiting for!
Rick Leeds: FtF and Internet Play — The Dipperence
It may be the same game, but the formats are significantly different! Join Rick as he explores some of these differences, and how you should vary your approach to get the best result in each type of game.
Reynaldo V. Sylvestre & Larry Peery: War, diplomacy and Diplomacy
An old time friend reveals something about Larry's murky past. Diplomacy, spies, terrorists, it was all there in the old days, just as it keeps to obsess us in the present. But one Colonel shows us a way out of the jungle.
Mario Huys: Sherlock Holmes, Consulting Diplomat — Solution to "The Costly Case of the Last Man Standing, Part 1"
The first part of the solution to this most puzzling conundrum. How did Holmes come up with his deductions so far, and what remains to be discovered? And what of the dastardly plots of the fiending editor of Diplomacy in Kent? Read on for the thrilling story!
Toby Harris: World DipCon 2015 in Milan, Italy
Our new World Champion discusses his experience at the latest World DipCon. Congratulations, Toby!
Davide Cleopadre: World Dipcon 2015 in Milan, Italy — Organizer's Report
On behalf of the Milan 2015 team, Davide explains some of the steps they took to ensure a successful World DipCon. Avanti!
Larry Peery: World DipCon 2015 in Milan, Italy — Convention Results
Larry summarizes the results of the WDC 2015 Tournament. Congratulations all!
Kevin Burt: The Princes
During his recent sojourn in Milan, Kevin made the acquaintance of a particularly philosophical Italian gentleman whose insights seem particularly applicable to Diplomacy
Mario Huys: The Modern Art of Love
Mario makes the case that the modern European nation of Slovenia deserves to appear on the Modern variant map! Join him as he explores the ramifications of this proposed change.
Larry Peery: 14 Life Lessons I've learned from Diplomacy
It took him a lifetime to compile them (even if he borrowed a few). You'd be wise to drill them in your head and never fail them.
Stan Johnson: May the Sun Never Set — Eternal England
In this reprint from Diplomacy World #71, Stan examines the issues that the Prime Minister must contend with.
The Editors and the Readership: Pouch Deposits

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