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A person skilled in planning action or policy, especially in war or politics.‘he is a cunning military strategist’
- ‘It was a familiar exercise for the former general, widely regarded as one of Israel's greatest military strategists.’
- ‘His strategists keep advising him to look deep into the lens, to use his hands for emphasis, to speak slowly.’
- ‘The concepts in gray are those the military strategist provided in an ontology of war.’
- ‘This is the main concern worrying the economic strategists of the Russian ruling elite.’
- ‘He and later strategists were intent on waging a type of war based on rapid, decisive maneuver.’
- ‘They may not be military strategists, but market observers are betting that the war will be brief.’
- ‘The political (as well as military) strategists will be holding their breath, more than ever.’
- ‘I am not a politician or a military strategist: I have no idea how to fight terrorists effectively.’
- ‘Civilian strategists were neglecting the military side of strategy.’
- ‘Theirs was a textbook case of how not to win an election, and will be studied by political analysts and party strategists for years.’
- ‘Now is the moment for our economists and industrial strategists to prepare.’
- ‘At a time when political strategists are looking to business for ideas, it seems an excellent plan.’
- ‘These military successes owed much to Charlemagne's ability as a strategist and a diplomat.’
- ‘The best strategists have at their fingertips a wide assortment of doctrinal tools.’
- ‘By and large the strategists and planners have got it right.’
- ‘This brain teaser would challenge world history's best political and military strategists.’
- ‘Now that seems to me, the decided area of concern for a few political strategists.’
- ‘How odd then, that when it comes to oil so many strategists and politicians seem to find grasping the supply-demand equation so tough.’
- ‘Military strategists have long understood the value of catching an enemy by surprise.’
- ‘I think the real blame lies with the Labor Party's strategists, media advisers and pollsters.’
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