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conquest
1 : the act or process of conquering
2 : something conquered
province
a usually large division of a country having its own government <Canadian provinces
treaty
an agreement or arrangement made by negotiation; especially : one between two or more states or rulers
censorship
the system or practice of censoring

censoring - to examine in order to prevent publication or take out things thought to be objectionable
negotiations
1 a : to discuss with another so as to arrive at an agreement b : to arrange for or bring about by such conference <negotiate a treaty>
reform
1 : to make better by removal of faults <reform a prisoner>
2 : to correct or improve one's own behavior or habits
ambassador
a person sent as the chief representative of his or her own government in another country
diplomat
a person employed or skilled in diplomacy

diplomacy-1 : the work of keeping up relations between the governments of different countries
2 : skill in dealing with others without causing bad feelings
parliament
the supreme legislative body of various political units <the British parliament
revolt
1 : to rise up against the authority of a ruler or government
2 : to feel or cause to feel disgust or shock