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Winter 2016 Adjustment Issue



The Editor: About The Diplomatic Pouch
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Larry Peery: Saving Diplomacy World
Larry entertains us with his own recollection of bringing back another illustrious Zine from the abyss.
Mario Huys: Sherlock Holmes, Consulting Diplomat — Solution to "The Costly Case of the Last Man Standing, Part 2" (in full)
At long last the complete solution is revealed, center by center, click by click. As in every classic mystery story, the biggest surprise comes at the very end. Is there a god above Sherlock Holmes?
Torsten Bille: The Elimination of the Convoy Paradox in Diplomacy
You thought Simon and Manus had it all figured out, had you? Wrong! Torsten offers a perfectly plausible alternative that will make waves.
Harold Reynolds: A Game with a Twist
True love is … sharing a dot.
Mario Huys: The Modern Art of Travel
A story that spans the ages, and ultimately lands us in the steppes of Russia. And its rivers. And canals? Leave it to Mario to give it a post-modern twist.
Toby Harris: Russia for Experts
How to rig the game. Russians are masters at it, but here we learn that the British intelligence service isn't sleeping either. Together they're invincible, spymaster Toby instructs. Or is it all make believe?
Mario Huys: Last Man Standing — Operation Ankara
Paris attracts more tourists a day than any other city in the world. But after this demonstration there will be only one left. A Turkish dervish, perhaps?
Larry Peery: A Peericon In July
Larry is organizing one of his eccentric, over-the-top, once-in-a-lifetime-and-then-some events. You wouldn't want to miss it, right?
Harold Reynolds: In Memoriam
In Harold's own words: "I picked up on the idea of a memorial to Dippers who have passed, which was enhanced by the parade of celebrities leaving the land of the living. Not that it seems to have let up any (Mary Tyler Moore, John Hurt, etc.)."

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