A skilled, experienced, and respected political leader or figure
a man who is a respected leader in national or international affairs
(statesmanship) wisdom in the management of public affairs
A statesperson is usually a politician or other notable public figure who has had a long and respected career in politics or government at the national and international level. As a term of respect, it is usually left to supporters or commentators to use the term. ...
Statesman was an automotive marque created by General Motors Holden (GMH), the Australian subsidiary of General Motors in 1971. ...
Statesman is the lead hero of the City of Heroes backstory and was the actual character played by Jack Emmert, Cryptic Studios co-founder/Lead Designer. The Statesman is the leader of the game, City of heroes, most famous supergroup, the Freedom Phalanx.
The Statesman, or Politikos in Greek and Politicus in Latin, is a four part dialogue contained within the work of Plato.
The Statesman is an Indian English-language broadsheet daily newspaper founded in 1875 and published simultaneously in Kolkata, New Delhi, Siliguri and Bhubaneswar. The Statesman is owned by The Statesman Ltd. ...
The Statesman is a daily newspaper in Pakistan, its head office is in Peshawar, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa - but it also publishes from Islamabad, Lahore and Karachi .
(statesmanship) The craft or skill of being a statesman, of leading a government well
Nicholson, Charles (1808 - 1903), Physician and Statesman
A term used by leges to describe themselves when they turn their backs on the people who elected them to do the bidding of Big Daddy.
editorial Institutionalised sub literacy, 22nd August 2006
Calcutta “Outstanding rendering in free verse.”
One who exercises leadership wisely and without narrow partisanship in the general interest; differs from the ordinary politician in that he is able to envisage and inspire support for policies that are in the long run best interests of the most people. ...
someone who is unable to attain (or hold) elected office